transportation

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.”

Health Minister Yuli Edelstein visit banquet hall owners
Coronavirus openings: Beaches, synagogues, restaurants and more

Wednesday: No restriction on number of bus passengers at peak times * less than 3,000 active cases

NYC sanitizes subway system, police and social workers remove homeless

"This is a daunting challenge," New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said at a daily briefing last week. "The entire public transport system in downstate New York will be disinfected every 24 hours."

Intel set to purchase Israel's Moovit for $1 billion - report

Intel and Moovit refused to comment on the report when asked by The Jerusalem Post.

03/05/2020
Israel is using the coronavirus crisis to up construction efforts

Many countries have debated whether to keep up construction amid fears of spreading the infection, but Israel, spotting a chance early on in its battle with the outbreak, took the risk.

By REUTERS
23/04/2020
A man wearing a mask drives a motorbike near a roadblock set-up by police as they begin to enforce a
Coronavirus quiet enables Israel to drive forward infrastructure projects

Projects benefiting from the shutdown include the extension of the heavily-delayed electrified railway line between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, which has now reached Savidor Central station.

12/04/2020
An Egged bus in front of the Jerusalem Central Bus Station
Gov't cuts but doesn't cancel public transport amid coronavirus threat

"It is impossible to decide that people can continue to work, but not allow them the ability to get there," said Smotrich.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
25/03/2020
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
READY TO ride: Roey Schwartz-Tichon.
Making public transportation on Shabbat happen

A couple of months ago, Getting Around on the Weekends was finally launched, and was a success, both among Israelis who use public transportation, as well among the general public at large.

By ILANA SHTOTLAND
27/02/2020
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