Ministry of transport

U-turn: Regev threatens to cancel Michaeli's highway projects

Miri Regev is back in the Transportation Ministry and threatens to undo a number of her predecessor's infrastructure projects.

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Michaeli: 'Lapid is behaving irresponsibly,' warns of 'undemocratic future'

Michael claimed that the only party that addresses women's issues is Labor, and because of this, it was one of the few truly democratic parties.


Transportation Minister Michaeli: 'Tel-Aviv light rail to operate on Shabbat'

Transportation Minister Merav Michaeli said in an interview that as of next year, the light rail in the Gush Dan area will be active on Shabbat.

Tel Aviv light rail train car

Almost 50% of Israeli Jews would use public transport on weekend - study

42% said they would "probably not" or "certainly not" use public transportation on Shabbat, and 5% did not know, the poll found.

19 people were killed on the roads this week, the carnage must end - editorial

Waze will only help you reach your destination if you keep your eyes on the road.

Jerusalem bus careens out of control: Mother, two daughters killed

The bus crashed into a bus stop on Jerusalem's Shamgar Street, hitting a number of pedestrians. At least three people were killed and several others injured.

Tourism and Transportation ministries announce decongestion plan

To help deal with congestion and shortage of workers, the ministries will set up a dedicated website for vacancies in tourism-related industries.

State's response to Court on Homesh could topple government

Blue and White MK Michael Biton announced on Wednesday at a meeting of the Knesset Economy Committee he chairs that he would no longer vote with the coalition.

An Egged bus in front of the Jerusalem Central Bus Station

Israel Transportation Ministry warns buses who deliberately skip stops

While this is the first official acknowledgment and reprimand by the Transportation Ministry, anecdotal evidence of these violations by bus operators is abundant around the Israeli population.

Elbit's Hermes Starliner UAS certified to fly in civilian airspace

International aviation regulation prohibits uncertified aircraft from flying in civilian airspace, but with the certification, the Starliner will no longer be restricted.

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