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A bus driver wears a mask following the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in the Manhattan
Partition to be installed on buses to protect drivers from coronavirus

"At the level of fatigue of our drivers, the next accident that will claim a human life seems just around the corner."

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
24/05/2020
Sea Village Hadera on May 21, 2020
Is Israel heading for a second coronavirus wave?

"The numbers are very low, but the numbers were very low when we started this pandemic.”

Breaking news
Route 7 closed to the east due to flaming bus

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
16/05/2020
Overcrowding at bus stations across Israel as trains disabled

"The trains have not returned, but overcrowding at the bus stations could become a coronavirus incubator," said a Tel Aviv resident who was at the city's main bus stop.

By MOSHE COHEN/MAARIV
10/05/2020
Vehicle Maintenance Utility Service Worker Thiphavanh 'Loui' Thepvongsa wipes down an off-duty bus i
Changes to public transport announced following new coronavirus measures

Transportation operators have been instructed to make sure that there is no overcrowding.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
17/03/2020
Coronavirus Intensifies: New directives for public transport in Israel

Public transport will continue to operate as usual, although a manpower shortage may be an issue in the future.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
10/03/2020
Luxembourg becomes the first country in the world to offer free public transport
Luxembourg becomes first country to make public transport free

"The main reason is to have a better quality of mobility, and then the side reason is clearly also environmental issues."

By REUTERS
29/02/2020
Labor's Shabbat bus
Ultra-Orthodox MK: We will ban new, Shabbat public transport networks

In an interview with The Jerusalem Post on Tuesday, Yamina party leader and Defense Minister Naftali Bennett refused to rule out voting for such a ban.

Shabbat busses a subversive blow for religious freedom in Israel – report

This is a hot-button issue for many secular Israelis, who find the lack of public transportation on Shabbat unfair, especially in areas that are almost entirely secular to begin with.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
16/02/2020
Bus ticket prices in Israel cheaper than London, Paris, Berlin, New York

In Israel, the price of a single trip is slightly lower than the price of a liter of fuel, and at a full price of one trip, about 0.92 liters of gasoline can be purchased.

By YAIR ASSAF-SHAPIRA
07/02/2020
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