The new minibus services will mainly target large businesses and organizations transporting employees to and from work.
The Aaron Institute for Economic Policy at IDC Herzliya puts the gap between Israel and the West at NIS 470-600 billion.
The company has 350 vehicles and nearly 13,000 subscribers in Jerusalem, Beit Shemesh, Beitar Illit, Modi'in Illit, Elad, Bnei Brak, Petah Tikva, Ashdod, and Bat Yam
The extension of the Jerusalem light rail Red Line will be delayed by six months to several years.
When the light rail starts operating 10 years from now, it should lift demand in some of Greater Tel Aviv's less sought-after areas.
Cathay exec Paul Loo says he's not in the low-cost game, and advises Israeli hotels not to offer Chinese tourists Chinese food.
Israel Railways wants to connect Israel's four major cities with trains traveling at 250 kilometers an hour.
Alstom CEO Henri Poupart-Lafarge tells "Globes" about the technology his company has to offer Israeli public transport.
GM's Herzliya development center is one model for the industry, but Chinese money and ambition may dictate another.
Disruptive pricing, inexhaustible supply, and a secret visit by a top executive, demonstrate Hyundai's intentions.
Intel could make more acquisitions in Israel, and Check Point and the defense industries are also interested in the sector.
The capital's main street has been transformed by the light rail but shoppers have not returned.
1.25 million people are killed on the world's roads each year and millions more injured. Driverless cars can end the carnage.
All Mercedes Benz cars sold from 2020 onwards will have communications chips made by Israeli company Valens says CEO Dror Jerushalmi.