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Via minibus Photo: Via Dan, Via to launch Tel Aviv ridesharing next month

Dan will operate 100 minibuses on flexible routes with trials also planned for Jerusalem, Haifa, and the southern Sharon area.

Super Dvora Photo: IAI Israel Aerospace puts RAMTA shipyard up for sale

The Beersheva plant manufactures the Dvora and Super Dvora patrol boats.

Yossi Singer and Erez Balasha Photo: Tamuz Rachman Generation Capital raises NIS 52m from investment institutions

Demand for the offering totaled NIS 72 million.

Cortica teams with Toyota Photo: Liran Shitreet Toyota teams with Israeli co Cortica in race for autonomous car

Cortica's AI technology combined with Renesas's chip could help Toyota break Mobileye's stranglehold on the advanced driver-assistance systems market.

Yisrael Katz Photo; ASAP Creative Shutterstock Katz: TA light rail will operate from Oct 2021

The Transport Minister said that 22 kilometers of the 24 kilometers of tunnels for the Red Line have already been dug.

Haifa cable car Photo: Yefe Nof Co. Poles being placed for Haifa cable car public transport link

The cable car will begin running next year between the central Haifa Bay transportation station, Technion, and Haifa University.

Jerusalem Light Rail red and green lines Photo: JTMT Spanish co CAF's workers oppose Jerusalem light railway bid

CAF is part of one of six different consortia competing for the bid to build and operate the new Green Line and extend and operate the Red Line.

Rishon Lezion Photo: Eyal Izhar Rishon Lezion opposes light rail plans

The municipality is petitioning the High Court of Justice, arguing that the plan will cause serious and irreversible damage.

Arkia's new aircraft Photo: Airbus PR Arkia to launch 2 Israel - India routes

The Israeli carrier is introducing flights from Tel Aviv to Goa and to Cochin.

Ayalon Highway  photo: Eyal Izhar BoI: Tax cars more or face total transport failure

A new Bank of Israel study calls for a travel tax on private vehicles and better public transport in Israel.

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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