I am conflicted between having a Jewish state with Jewish principals and allowing people Jew and non-Jew alike make their own decision to takes buses on Shabat. People drive on Shabat, clubs are open, now many cafes are open, so is it fair to those without cars to be stuck. On the other hand we have done ok so far with these rules. I am torn. What if it was a private run non-Jewish owned bus company with non-Jewish drivers? Would that make a difference?
Migrants rush train tracks as Budapest station reopens (dpa)
from the article: Shabbat buses in Tel Aviv unlikely, despite city council resolution