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Ben Gurion Airport Photo: Tamar Matsafi Deposits introduced for BG airport trolleys

The Airports Authority has introduced 3,500 trolleys operated by credit card.

Israir Israir reports strong profit growth

All measures of the airline's business improved in 2016, and it added revenue from incoming tourism.

Traffic violation  photo: Tamar Matsafi Israel raises fines for traffic violations

Driving at 41-50 kilometers per hour above the speed limit on an inter-urban road will incur a fine of NIS 1,500.

Sde Dov Photo: Yossi Zeliger Sde Dov Airport to operate until 2019

Tel Aviv landowners: Violating agreements with us will cost the state NIS 6.5 billion.

Egged buses Photo: Nati Yefet Egged strike called off

The bus cooperative and Histadrut have heeded the Tel Aviv District Labor Court's recommendation to enter more intensive talks.

Yisrael Katz  photo: Eyal Yitzhar Katz attacks Egged ahead of Tuesday's strike

The Transportation Minister told Egged, "You're dinosaurs. If you don't do what's needed, you'll become extinct."

New cars Photo: Tamar Matsafi Car importers profit from lack of competition

Israel's car import sector features little competition and exceptional profit margins, the Ministry of Finance chief economist has found.

Taxis Photo: Tamar Matsafi Taxi fares in Israel rise 4%

Fares were cut 11% in November by the Ministry of Transport and Ministry of Finance.

SAIC Photo: PR All roads lead to Israel for smart car development

Intel, Samsung, General Motors and Alibaba are just some of the global corporations investing in Israeli auto-tech.

Tel Aviv jam As Israel's traffic jams worsen, investment lags

An OECD report states that Israel's roads are 3.5 times as crowded as the OECD average.

city parking Parking places in Israel becoming harder to find

New national parking standards have dramatically reduced the number of parking spaces close to public transport routes.

Renault Zoe  photo: PR Renault-Nissan to launch Israel R&D operations

Carasso Motors VP Avi Kenet told the Cars 2017 conference that Renault-Nissan is the latest carmaker looking to exploit Israel's leading smart car capabilities.

Emek Refaim Light Rail Photo: Master Plan  German Colony residents protest light rail plans

Many in Jerusalem's Germany Colony are up in arms over plans to route the light rail Blue Line on Emek Refaim Street.

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