Gridlock ahead: Too many cars, not enough public transport
An interministerial committee examining the country's urban transportation needs found that the state of transport within the metropolises is worse than we thought
From all appearances, Israel's public transportation has undergone a revolution over the past few years. Jerusalem now has a light rail, Haifa will have hybrid buses traveling in special lanes within six months, and Tel Aviv should have a subway by the end of the decade. But what if it turns out that all this isn't enough, and even if all the plans are carried out, they won't manage to match the growth in...
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