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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.
Starting January 1, 2018, an increase of NIS 1.7 million will be added to the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs budget in order to increase the monthly allowance.
By SARAH LEVI
Supreme Court Justice Melcer told the petitioners that they might have good argument if they had a transportation operator,
By UDI SHAHAM
Several liberal groups and a Meretz party lawmaker, Tamar Zandberg, filed the lawsuit calling for public transportation during the 25 hours of the Jewish Sabbath.
The lawsuit, filed by the Representative for Equality for Disabled Persons in the name of 45,000 disabled people, was the first class-action lawsuit filed by any government agency.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
2016 was the Israeli airport's busiest year to date, with close to 18 million passengers passing through its terminals.
By EYTAN HALON
After a decade of a steady decline in traffic fatalities, Israel has experienced a consistent rise for the past five years.
By DAVID BRINN
The plan will be able to contribute to Israeli, Jordanian and the Palestinian economies.
By HERB KEINON
The suit, announced by the ministry on Tuesday, was filed at the Tel Aviv HaShalom Court and is asking for NIS 125,000 in compensation.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
"This service should have been available years ago."
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Blue Line to begin construction in four years, will serve up to 250,000 residents from Gilo to Ramot.
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