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Road 6 Photo: Tamar Matsafi Extra lanes added to Road 6 northern section

A lane in each direction has been added to the 6.5-kilometer section of Road 6 between the Ein Tut interchange and Yokne'am.

Israel Railways Photo: Shlomi Yosef Court orders railway workers to halt sanctions

The Tel Aviv District Labor Court has ordered Israel Railways workers to freeze sanctions until June 1 and enter into intensive talks with management.

Tel Aviv light rail car Photo: PR First TA light rail trains roll off production line

The trains will be Chinese company CRRC's first sale to Western markets.

Lime scooters Photo: Michal Raz-Chaimovitz Lime trials pre-booking e-scooter service in Israel

Lime has chosen Israel as the first country in the world to try out advanced ordering of e-scooters through an app by pre-booking it for up to 15 minutes from the time the order is made.

Israel Railways Photo: ASAP Creative Shutterstock Israel Railways to operate Sharon loop next year

The route will connect railway stations in Herzliya, Bnei Brak, Petah Tikva, Rosh HaAyin, Hod Hasharon and Ra'anana.

El Al  picture: Eyal Yitzhar El Al sells Boeing 767-300

El Al now has nine Dreamliners, and will have 14 by the end of the year.

Oren Ezer Photo; Eyal Izhar ElectReon wins tender to build smart road in Sweden

A 1.6-kilometer electrified road will be built in the project as part of a 4.1-kilometer route between the airport and the city of Visby on the Swedish island of Gotland.

Bubble Dan-Via Photo: PR Tel Aviv smart ridesharing begins Monday

Dan and Via will operate a fleet of 100 minibuses, on which rides can be ordered via an app.

Tel Aviv traffic jam  photo: Eyal Izhar The new government's economic challenges

Transport, energy and healthcare are three areas where big decisions loom, and determination will be needed to carry them out.

Tel Aviv - Jerusalem train Photo: PR Israel's electric trains running nine years late

Israel Railways was supposed to go electric by 2021. Now they say it will happen by 2030.

Israel Railways photo: Roni Bar-On Sick drivers: Only a symptom of Israel Railways' ills

"Globes" sets out the reasons for the railway's current plight.

Israel Railways Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Millions squandered on unrealistic projects

Israel's government has spent NIS 120 million planning railways to Eilat and Kiryat Shmona - projects that have been frozen indefinitely.

Amnon Shashua Photo: Intel Walden Kirsch Mobileye shifts focus to safety systems

At CES, Amnon Shashua did not mention autonomous cars but stressed the business potential of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).

Ramon Airport Eilat Photo: Eyal Izhar Can Ramon Airport breathe new life into Eilat?

The new airport offers exemptions from landing fees and Israeli government subsidies per passenger.

Ramon Airport Eilat  photo: Eyal Izhar Eilat Ramon Airport: Beautiful, but worth the cost?

The new, NIS 1.7 billion airport has 100 times the space of Eilat's old airport.

Yango Photo: PR Taxi-hailing apps: A promise unfulfilled

Will the advent of Russia's Yango in Israel make taxis easier to find and their drivers more content?

Buses Photo: Tamar Matsafi Your money in 2019, part 2: cars, buses, housing, tips

Politicians want to be admired for protecting the environment - but without giving up tax revenues from cars and gasoline.

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