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After holding an initial Make It Driveable event in Tel Aviv in 2015, the Ford team decided that returning to Israel was critical.
Ride sharing service is running a pilot of UberNight in Tel Aviv where it says passengers only pay to help cover the expense of the ride.
In 2017, 66% of people in Israel who own a car traveled to work using their private vehicle.
By YAIR ASSAF-SHAPIRA
Bus drivers blocked the intersection of the government compound in Tel Aviv holding signs reading “Enough violence,” and “Drivers’ blood is not worthless,” as well as calling for a salary increase.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
The Jerusalem Local Planning and Construction Committee did not approve the construction of an open-air bus depot at the site and suggested that an underground parking lot be approved instead.
By UDI SHAHAM
The measure is part of a reform by the Ministry of Transport aimed at encouraging the use of public transportation, reducing the cost of living and relieving traffic jams.
By MICHAL RAZ-CHAIMOVICH / GLOBES
By JONATHAN WEBER ROSEN
According to the survey, the level of satisfaction from public transportation services in Israel is among the lowest in Europe.
By AMIRAM BARKAT/ GLOBES
All there is to know about the Rav-Kav reform.
By SYBIL EHRLICH
The new opening date comes after a six-month delay of its expected unveiling.
By MAX SCHINDLER
Rav Kav cards will be loadable online and via machines deployed around towns and cities and at heavily-used bus stops.
The soon-to-be unveiled rail link is expected to more than halve the time it takes to travel between the two cities.
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