In the coronavirus-hit economy, deliveries have become a boom business.
Israel Railways will resume full operations from June 8 while buses can carry 75% of their passenger capacity from May 28.
The M2 line will be 22 kilometers long extending from Petah Tikva in the east via Tel Aviv to Holon.
As Israel reopens after the Covid-19 lockdown, both the Jerusalem and Tel Aviv Municipalities have announced plans to pedestrianize main streets in their cities.
SaverOne's solution prevents drivers from being distracted by mobile telephones, a major cause of road accidents.
Tel Aviv's bicycle-hire service started brightly, but subscriber numbers quickly declined.
Moovit CEO Nir Erez says Intel's $900 million acquisition has a place in the Guinness book of records for the biggest deal in which the parties never met face-to-face.
Yisrael Katz has his own agenda, and little patience for dissenting voices.
Eric Wang: Of all the cities we operate in, Tel Aviv leads in the speed and scale of adoption. Infrastructure needs to catch up.
The CityPass consortium made a NIS 1 billion profit as the Israeli government, inexperienced in such projects, bought back the Red Line for NIS 1.6 billion.