An Israeli train. Daniel Tchetchik

On the Road Again, and Again and Again: The Israelis Who Spend Their Lives Commuting

Whether they are sitting in traffic jams or empathetically watching them from the locomotive – the people who spend hour after hour, day after day, on the road tell how it feels to be closed up in a metal box on wheels

Efraim Hasson never feels lonely in the cab of his truck, where he spends an average of 12 hours every day. On a typical Wednesday morning, Hasson furrows a sunbaked brow and explains how he’s in the habit of...

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