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railways Ayalon River diversion decision set for Monday

Diverting Tel Aviv's Ayalon stream will allow the laying of a fourth railway track through the city.

TBM photo Rafi Kutz Eight consortia mull TA light rail operation bids

The tender terms were changed to allow local companies to lead consortia bidding to operate the Red Line in Tel Aviv's light rail project.

Harel Tunnels Photo: Video Road 1 closes as Harel Tunnels open

The Tel Aviv - Jerusalem highway will be closed from Thursday night at 10 pm until Friday morning at 10 am.

David Mahlab Photo: PR Pointer enters smart car market

The company will supply 4,000 cars with systems that include Mobileye's technology.

speed cameras Traffic violation fines to be raised

The maximum fine in Israel for serious offenses like going through a red light will be raised to NIS 1,500.

AUTOTEL Photo: PR Tel Aviv launches carsharing service

The municipality subsidized service will be 30-40% cheaper than taxis.

Israel Railways Israel Railways issues signals tender

Alstom, Siemens, and Thales will submit bids within 3-4 months.

Aquarius Photo: company website Israeli co "reinvents internal combustion engine"

Aquarius Engines, which wants to raise $25 million, says its engine will double the best energy utilization figure for a standard engine.

Prof. Amnon Shashua (center) at CES Photo: PR Mobileye moves on to mapping, driving policy

Mobileye chairman Prof. Amnon Shashua on the latest breakthroughs that make his company a unique partner in driverless car development.

Israel's smart car industry, photo: Shutterstock Roland Berger: Israel has become smart car hub

The international consultancy firm analyzes how Israel has positioned itself at the forefront of the driverless car revolution.

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