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Port of Haifa Haifa Port privatization underway

The buyer will have to undertake to invest NIS 1 billion in the port.

E Wing at Ben Gurion Airport Photo: PR Israel readies for 60 flights with world leaders

Low-cost flghts will be switched to Ben Gurion airport Terminal 3 next week as the airport makes special arrangements to receive leaders attending the event for the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.

Shlomo Hamelech station on TA Light Rail Red Line under construction  photo: Amiram Barkat Tel Aviv light rail Red Line won't open next year

NTA's board has reported that the Red Line won't be ready until 2022 and that tender deadlines for the Green and Purple lines have been postponed by six months.

Jerusalem underground park and ride lot / Photo: PR Electra to build Jerusalem entrance park and ride lot

The underground park and ride lot beneath Shazar Boulevard will have 1,370 parking spaces.

Taxis Taxi drivers triumph as fare reform postponed

The reform was designed to make taxi fares more transparent.

Qualcomm driverless car Autonomous cars won't be on Israel's roads so quickly

Israel may be a world vehicle technology power, but driverless cars face many regulatory obstacles before they'll be allowed on the country's roads.

Na'im Besofash minibus / Photo: Bar Lavi , Globes Yehud joins Tel Aviv area Saturday bus services

The free buses will commence running through Yehud on Friday January 17 as part of a new weekend route between Tel Aviv and Shoham.

Passengers at Ben Gurion Airport Photo: Eyal Izhar Is there room for a fourth Israeli airline?

The answer is yes, as long as it knows how to implement the low-cost model.

Flooding in Tel Aviv  / Photo: From Youtube Tel Aviv has NIS 1b plan to cope with floods

Tel Aviv's drainage masterplan, drawn up in 2013, would channel more water to parks and underground storage.

Parking in Tel Aviv  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef Some Tel Aviv homebuyers prepared to forgo parking

With parking adding NIS 500,000 to the cost of an apartment in Central Tel Aviv, buyers are often ready to adapt their lifestyle.

David Mahlab and Chris Wolfe / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes PowerFleet CEO sees $200m revenue in 3 years

The merger of ID Systems with Pointer Telocation created a company with 600,000 subscribers and 900 employees, including 350 in Israel.

Traffic on Ayalon Highway All roads lead to a congestion charge

The Ministry of Finance plans to use existing transport schemes as infrastructure for collecting a congestion charge.

Tesla What does Israel hold for Tesla?

What is Tesla is doing in such an insignificant market? Are Israeli consumers ready to buy expensive cars through an app? Just two of the questions.

El Al CEO Gonen Usishkin Photo: Sivan Faraj El Al to Oz: Is it serious?

The worse El Al's results are, the more far-flung its destinations become.

Chinese president Xi Jingping and Greek prime minster Kyriakos Mitsotakis Israel a Chinese bridgehead?

If you want to know what the Chinese are after with Haifa Port, take a look at what they're doing in Greece.

Lior Tanner / Photo: Jonathan Bloom , Globes "Upmarket passengers are our bread and butter"

El Al frequent flyer club CEO Lior Tanner explains the long-term thinking behind recent controversial changes in the program.

Traffic on Ayalon Highway Traffic jams drive companies out of Tel Aviv

Lengthening travel times are causing people outside Tel Aviv to look for work closer to home.

Amnon Shashua Intel: Mobileye is our fastest growing business

Intel CFO George Davis: Mobileye is already exceeding our expectations with ADAS revenue today that is funding the future of driverless cars.

Electric Volkswagen / Photo: PR Brussels and China will shape Israel's electric car market

New EU regulations and car industry changes in China are brewing a storm that will blow hard in Israel.

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