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The bus was photographed on its side, punctured by the highway's guard rail outside of Modi'in
Police have been cracking down on use of mobile devices while driving to increase safety and reduce the number of casualties and accidents on Israel’s roads.
"It [was] hard to count the bodies in the back. It's a sight that [reminds me of] terror attacks in Jerusalem."
Driver says he accidentally hit Border Policemen near West Bank village when he stepped on acceleration instead of brakes.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
In the past year-and-a-half, traffic cameras have reported 16,270 motorists crossing red lights illegally, data from Or Yarok said.
By SHARON UDASIN
Route to extend 1.5 kilometers and add 4 new stops; Part of NIS 1.1 billion public transportation infrastructure overhaul.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The Northern District police recently stepped up efforts against offenses on the roads, in an effort to try to reduce the number of lives endangered by dangerous driving.
By COMPILED BY TAMARA ZIEVE
El Al, rebuffed and rejected by the alliances, reiterates that its ability to effectively compete with European carriers has been hurt because of their rejections.
By MARK FELDMAN
22 people hurt in traffic accidents, 49 treated for alcohol poisoning despite high police presence across country over 'Sylvester' holiday.
By BEN HARTMAN
Following a 25% drop in number of road fatalities in 2012, this year's number of such deaths increases.
There are currently 40,000 Israelis driving the country’s highways and byways with invalidated licenses, road safety advocacy group says.
Red line is estimated to run over budget by 3.7 b NIS.
IN PLAIN LANGUAGE: There is a pervasive flaw in society that makes the unthinkable possible - a general lack of concern for the sanctity of life.
By RABBI STEWART WEISS
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