"Egged TikTak is expected to change the face of public transportation in the city and provide a fast, convenient and customized public transportation service at a low financial cost."
Readers of the Jerusalem Post Magazine have their say.
In 2019, the number of fatalities caused by accidents involving buses increased by 6%, with 35 people killed.
The Finance Ministry announced it would immediately reduce monthly subsidy payments to the companies by 20% – a cut estimated to be worth NIS 60 million per month.
New electric bus routes in the southern Netherlands show Egged's growing impact on the European public transport sector.
Two of the major bus transportation companies in Israel will be protesting on the first day of school this coming Sunday.
A look into the issues plaguing Jerusalem’s public bus system
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.
Egged denies responsibility for upkeep of 18th century Jewish cemetery.