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Israel's Transport Ministry touts cuts up to 60%; TheMarker survey finds more modest savings
Central bank report says Israelis traffic jams will only grow worse and could impede economic growth if not solved
Car2Go, founded in 2005, holds a virtual monopoly on car-sharing in Israeli cities
A government panel is proposing rules for taxing income earned in the shared economy
The postponement is just the latest in a series of delays for a line that was initially planned to open in 2008 and the budget for which has doubled to $2 billion
Private insurers should be picking up cost, but state has never acted
The little-known benefit is awarded to government agencies and providers of vital services, but also to a few unexplained categories of people
Police suspect Ronen Ginsburg of bribing Likud politician
Part of the plan is a fare reduction for intercity bus travel and service taxis
Only the most crucial work will be done on Shabbat, the Jewish day of rest, but delays still expected in south
The navigation app can turn quiet, narrow streets into freeways, and prioritizes individual users over the common good
The service will now be available 24/7, with the Transportation Ministry saying that’s illegal
Opening of tunnels, bridges, new lanes didn’t reduce traffic as improved Route 1 highway drew drivers from other roads
In the next few years busy intersections will be getting traffic lights that learn and manage traffic based on demand
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Expanding the railway’s train fleet has become critical since an increase in passengers has led to heavy crowding at peak hours
Despite huge domestic reserves, precious few experimental cars run on natural gas in Israel, new study finds
Taxi-hailing app now has a third of the market and cabbies fear it wants to push down fares
Interim plan gives preferred location at arrivals hall to drivers who offer discount, confines others to departures level
Hadar-Lod is out, Uber, Gett and other ride-hailing apps are in
All registered taxis will now be allowed to pick up passengers from Ben-Gurion International Airport, rather than only one company's fleet
Transportation Ministry says company perpetrates fiction of ride-sharing, violating law against unlicensed taxi service
Gett is one of two firms that won a bid to provide rides from the airport at lower prices and through a smartphone app
The Noa Tanua cooperative aims to fund a second bus line, in addition to the line it has operated in central parts of the city.
Treasury report says sector doesn’t pass along savings from the strong shekel.
Amnon Shashua defends the sale of the self-driving car technology firm to Intel as essential for the company’s growth.
With Uber Israel already threatened with prosecution, state turns its eyes on Israeli-designed navigation, public transport apps, taking aim at paid ride sharing.