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Ben Gurion Airport Photo: Shutterstock July passenger traffic up 10.6% at Ben Gurion airport

El Al was the leading carrier, with 600,000 passengers. Wizz Air was the top foreign airline.

Underground bicycle parking in Amsterdam Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Tel Aviv mulls underground bicycle parking lots

A survey shows that one reason why people stop riding bicycles to work is lack of secure parking.

Nati Saidoff and Shari Arison Photo: PR Saidoff takes control of Shikun & Binui

Naty Saidoff paid Shari Arison NIS 1.1 billion for 47% of the company's capital.

Israel Railways Carriages shortage hampers Israel Railways expansion

With the Jerusalem - Tel Aviv fast link set to open, Israel Railways must cut other services because of a shortfall of 80 carriages.

Traffic jams Waze makes the jams worse

Waze has removed one of the biggest barriers to travel by car - how to get there - encouraging more people to drive in cities.

Baidu autonomous test vehicle  photo: PR Israeli autotech and US-China trade wars

China's growing investment in Israel's autotech industry serves its strategic interests.

New Haifa bus station Photo: Haifa Municipality Haifa's new central bus station begins operating

The Check Post terminal contains stops on the Metronit lines, city and interurban buses, and a railway station.

El Al CEO Gonen Usishkin Photo: Sivan Faraj El Al's new CEO struggles with negative headlines

Flight delays and cancellations are destroying El Al's reputation while stewards continue to ask women to move to accommodate ultra-Orthodox-men who won't sit next to them.

Tel Aviv bike path photo: Meirav Modan Taking Israel's cyclists for a ride

Local authorities in Israel constantly proclaim grandiose plans for bicycle paths, and then fail to carry them out.

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