The mayor says the city could also welcome electric scooters if the third master plan in the last decade to add 150 kilometers of bike paths goes ahead
Experts say they aren’t surprised: Many people end up using their cars for other purposes and/or fear using crowded public transportation
Shuttered, and Not Because of the Pandemic: Tel Aviv's Public Transport Projects Cause Major Disruption
In addition to three light rail lines that will crisscross the metropolitan area, the city’s network of bike lanes is being expanded and later a subway system will link the farther-flung suburbs
Sources say officials in the Transportation Ministry are in despair over Regev's preoccupation with 'visibility and politics instead of the benefit of the public'
The state comptroller says the cabinet's decision to form a special body still hasn’t been implemented despite national security concerns
As the pandemic lockdown comes to an end, a survey asks people which of their habits they expect will change. Is Israel ready for the new era?
Companies cut back on travel, limit face-to-face meetings and hand out sanitizer, but some worry it’s still not enough
'You get a salary but can’t really do anything,' says one government official. 'If we were a private business, it would've declared bankruptcy or laid off half of us,' says another
As of January 1, there will be 3 fares, based on when the passenger is traveling, but a ridesharing plan is being delayed because the required ‘smart meters’ are not available
The decision to declare the train line open a year ago drew criticism that it was motivated by political considerations, including the approaching election
'It was a bit late, but we’ll forgive it,' says one of the many passengers thrilled to finally have public transportation on weekends. And it's free – at least for now
Six weekend routes to operate free of charge are 'a basic right,' says Tel Aviv mayor
Three major companies are launching a pilot program in the city next month
A crowdsourcing app called Shomrei Haderech, 'road guardians' in Hebrew, is trying to bring change through an army of volunteers
Tesla’s Israel operations manager will be responsible for its service strategy, sales and supply
The investigation fingered nearly 20 suspects, including the mayor of the Haifa suburb of Kiryat Ata
Reforms in key areas are put on hold until next government
The poor performance could be the reason detailed data on the problem has never been published before
Inadequate public transport is costing Israel millions of dollars a year
The plan excludes residents of Wadi Ara, most of whom work in other cities and commute daily through heavy traffic
Latest technical fault puts train out of service until further notice
'If they want to gather intelligence, they can simply rent an apartment in Haifa instead of investing in ownership of a port'