Drawn by 'drive for change,' vehicle companies are opening 'innovation centers' and teaming up with Israeli startups
Number of train journeys jumped from 6 million in 1010 to 48.5 million in 2014.
Startup changes its name to Gett as it broadens services.
Jerusalem to introduce online building applications; Hexagon Israel sells 3-D camera system to Lockheed.
A decade ago, entrepreneurs were racing to get Chinese auto dealerships, but today sales are infinitesimal
After a four-year absence with no authorized importer, the iconic motorcycle is roaring back to Israel.
Unilever joins state tech program, My Size looks to expand, while Uber gets free ride on Channel 10 election show.
NeuroDerm shares surge, Chiasma raises $33.8 million.
The company conducted a free trial of the service about a month ago, but it remains illegal in Israel to charge for rides if you are not a licensed taxi driver.
New cars currently imported from Israel for wealthy Gazans, but used vehicles would appeal to middle class.
Knesset member cites finding that fatigue and a lack of alertness are the main causes of nighttime accidents.
State comptroller: Stolen vehicles enable unsafe car repairs, as insurance companies profit; also warns that stolen parts are used to haphazardly repair many cars without owners' knowledge.
Signing ceremony scheduled for tomorrow, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in attendance.
Uber has been preparing for its Israeli debut by signing up taxi drivers to take passengers who order cabs using its mobile application.
Knesset Economic Affairs Committee approved rules for the use of motorized bicycles, which until now had been illegal in Israel, but not scooters.
Service fully restored to capital's light rail network even as repairs continue; cost of damage estimated at tens of millions of shekels.
Riots caused tens of millions of shekels in damage and destroyed the Shoafat and Es-Sahl stations.
Service on the light rail network that is currently under construction in the Tel Aviv metropolitan area will only begin in 2018, official says.
Jerusalem-based company had profits of some $35 million last year, but high IPO valuation reflects expected business growth.
Union bosses Alon Hassan and Avinoam Shushan summoned for disciplinary hearings
GetTaxi has to get taxis for departing top-level executives, Deloitte’s Israeli branch goes snooping for U.S. Cellular, and government websites look to fend off potential hack attacks.
Improved highway infrastructure does more to prevent accidents than law enforcement, according to Israel's central bank.
Road improvements to be carried out before the new regulation goes into effect
Pango to team up with public transportation app, Tango gets major funding boost, and firm that doesn’t rhyme with Tango or Pango shines on Nasdaq debut.
Although Israel's ministers considered BMWs a PR own-goal, many are currently opting to drive lease cars that cost the state more.
The move comes as part of a probe into the port’s car-import monopoly.
Israeli firm has teamed up with U.S. auto producer Tesla.
Ad posted in front of traffic court promises those who have had their Israeli licenses suspended the option of obtaining an American one.
'This was a very high-level identity fraud, including changing the numbers on the frame,’ a police official says.
Cars expected to fetch $14,000-17,000 - half the original price - with their value reduced by restricted travel range without battery switching stations.