The fall in new car deliveries in Israel is attributed to global supply chain problems rather than a dampening in demand for new cars.
Work on the plan to save 1 million car trips per day will begin in the coming weeks by converting a lane from Sha'ar Hagai to Tel Aviv into a bus lane.
Political wrangling hasn't entirely stopped the project, vital for Israel's economy, but it raises fears for future progress.
The new line has come under criticism because stations will be built in outlying areas and will not serve Arab towns.
The system will charge Metronit’s 50 electric articulated buses.
The Jerusalem Magistrate Court has approved a payment of NIS 16,000 to Maya Melitz, after a guard ordered her to change carriages because men wanted to say their morning prayers.
The Israeli shipping company's share price fell sharply last week after the OECD revised downwards its forecast for global growth in 2022.
Electric vehicles have captured 5.2% of sales of new cars, up 1.2% from last year, and could reach more than 8% by the end of the year.
1,300 transport infrastructure works projects are underway, so that the city that never stops can keep moving in decades to come.
Each of the Israeli bus company's 1,315 shareholders will receive NIS 2.1 million, before tax.
The Israeli freight booking and payment platform will trade on Nasdaq after merging with Gesher 1 Acquisition Corp.
Chinese company CREC and Russia's JSC Transmashholding have withdrawn from their respective consortia after pre-qualification.
Under current Ministry of Finance proposals, the tax will average NIS 3,000-4,000 annually.
The inter-ministerial committee has approved the M1 line southern section and the M3 line.
CEO Eli Glickman: Since our flotation just a year and four months ago we have distributed dividends that are fifteen times the amount we raised.
Co-founder and CEO Amos Haggiag: It wasn't easy to get the valuation we wanted.
The NIS 6.5 million project in Rosh Ha'ayin will enable public transport company Electra Afikim to charge 30 buses 24 hours a day.
Agassi is executive chairperson of LiDAR developer Makalu Optics of Rehovot.
The number of buses on the Cross-Israel Highway hardly justifies an extra lane, so cars with three people have been added. It is just an excuse to continue investing in the car.
You bought an electric car? Great. But what will it be worth when you sell it? And outside Tel Aviv, where will you charge it?
The function whereby a car parks itself and returns to the driver is available on Tesla and Hyundai EVs sold in Israel.
Under-investment in Israel's infrastructure is costing us not just time and annoyance, but billions in lost GDP.
Outgoing NTA deputy CEO Keren Zohar insists the Tel Aviv light rail Red Line can start operations in November, if bureaucratic obstacles are removed.
The Ministry of Transport insists that the section of the M1 line north of Glilot has not been cancelled but will be approved at a later stage.
The project is part of a national master plan aimed at raising the proportion of journeys made by bicycle to 10%.
The success of closing off Levinsky Street has encouraged Tel Aviv to banish cars from more side streets.
Car manufacturers are passing on higher energy, raw material and shipping costs to the importers.
Transport experts say Petah Tikva and Bat Yam, at the two ends of NTA's first light rail route, will see the greatest impact, but it all depends on suitable urban planning.
The 21 kilometer BRT service involves closing the main streets of Rehovot and Ness Ziona to cars.
In a surprise move, the bus company has rejected the much higher bid from the Carasso-Migdal-Aluma consortium, after it refused to make a 15% down payment.