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Yuval Steinitz, Mathios Rigas and Energean execs  photo: Chen Galili Natural Gas Lines to buy Energean gas line segment

Energean will construct the eastern segment of the gas pipeline, and transfer it to Natural Gas Lines Company for NIS 369 million.

Sde Dov airport Photo: Mony Shapir Keeping Sde Dov airport open will cost NIS 14b

The Knesset Finance Committee voted unanimously to postpone the Tel Aviv airport's closure until January 1, 2020.

Taxis Photo: Tamar Matsafi Taxi fares in Israel to rise

Under an order signed by outgoing Minister of Transport Yisrael Katz and Minister of Finance Moshe Kahlon, fares will rise by an average 3.2%.

Electric charging point Photo: EV Edge Kfar Saba to install 500 electric car charging points

Tel Aviv and Kfar Saba are the only two cities planning a municipal charging network without help from the Ministry of National Infrastructure, Energy, and Water Resources.

Ayalon corridor Photo: Shutterstock Better late than never

From the fourth track along the Ayalon in Tel Aviv to electrification of Israel Railways entire network, everything is behind schedule.

Betzalel Smotrich  photo: Liav Peled New-minted transport minister Smotrich: Sde Dov will not close

Betzalel Smotrich's first stop after being appointed minister of transport was the tent protest against the closure of Sde Dov Airport led by Eilat mayor Moshe Yitzhak-Halevi.

Sde Dov airport Photo: Shutterstock What if Sde Dov Airport isn't closed on schedule?

Opponents of closure are raising the pressure on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, but the costs of deferral are enormous.

Tel Aviv Lime e-scooters Photo: Shlomi Yosef Tel Aviv to introduce e-scooter, bike restrictions

The number of scooters and bikes will be limited to 2,500 per operator and they can only be left in designated parking areas.

Daniel Schmil travels on Bubble Photo: Matan Portnoy Ridesharing in Tel Aviv - the pros and cons

"Globes" spent a week trying out Dan and Via's new Bubble ridesharing service.

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.

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