Transportation, the way that people go from one place to the next, is a subject near and dear to the heart of every Israeli. 

It comes in the form of private vehicles and public transportation. 

In July 2021, a group of government ministers recommended a plan for a new electric public transport system aimed at reducing Israel's carbon emissions while maintaining public transport standards. 



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Minister Regev, be cooperative and change will come -opinion

We must strive to create sustainable and quick solutions in order to ease the burden on everyone.


'Unqualified' Transportation Ministry D-G candidate to be stand-in deputy

Moshe Benzaken was deemed unqualified for ministry director-general by the Public Service Senior Appointments Advisory Committee.

Train work on Shabbat to be reduced, Miri Regev announces

"Lifesaving" work will be conducted on Shabbat by non-Jews, according to an official present at a meeting with the transportation minister.

Miri Regev's controversial choice of director-general postponed for a week

Benzaken was deemed "unqualified" by the Public Service Senior Appointments Advisory Committee last week.

Regev's candidate for director-general said fallen soldier 'not a hero'

Regev has insisted that she intends to push for her candidate to be approved, despite widespread opposition.

Regev to appoint director-general deemed 'unqualified' by vetting committee

The Transportation Minister intends to push the appointment through and expects "unanimous support" from the cabinet.

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.

By Walla!

Israel has too many cars on the roads - opinion

The problem, clearly, is that there are just too many cars on Israel’s roads, which were not planned and built to accommodate the levels of traffic we now face.


Airlines cancel 5,700 US flights amid fierce winter storms

700 additional flights canceled Friday, 500 more Saturday


Tiny particles that can enter bloodstream prevalent in London Underground

The iron-bearing particles in samples collected from the London Underground primarily consist of maghemite, particles so small that they are likely being underestimated in surveys of pollution.

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