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Tel Aviv traffic Photo: Shutterstock Waze: Traffic on Israel's roads 23% higher than pre-Covid

According to the satellite navigation company, the number of journeys on Israel's roads in the first half of this month was 23% higher than in February 2020.

Tel Aviv Central Bus Station Photo: Shutterstock What next for Tel Aviv's Central Bus Station?

A white elephant and economic disaster from 1976 to 1993 and environmental hazard and urban blight ever since, the sorry saga is entering a new phase.

Tel Aviv light rail Photo: Eyal Izhar Knesset decides local property owners will help finance Metro

Property owners within 800 meters of Metro stations will pay a 75% tax on the increased value of their real estate, according to the Knesset bill set to pass.

Parking in Tel Aviv  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef Knesset lifts municipal parking price cap

The main clause in the bill lifts the current maximum of NIS 6.30 per hour that municipalities can charge for parking.

Tel Aviv light rail Photo: Eyal Izhar Can Israel pivot from cars to public transport?

"Globes" examines Israel's biggest transport projects, which reflect a shift from cars to trains and buses. But will they relieve the congestion?

Metro Photo: Shutterstock Frederic Prochasson First Tel Aviv Metro line approved

The southern section of 43 kilometers of the M1 line which has been approved, passes through seven municipalities before reaching Tel Aviv.

Wind e-scooters Photo: Shutterstock Yandex buys Wind's Israel e-scooter operations

Yandex already operates in Israel through the Yango taxi hailing and delivery service.

Tel Aviv banishing cars from city side streets

After Levinsky Market and Nahlat Binyamin, pedestrian malls are being created around the Carmel Market and Kerem Hateiminim. But not everyone is happy.

Dan bus charged by ElectReon  credit: Kobi Yeshayahou ElectReon's bus is about to depart

The Israeli charge-while-you-drive company expects to see revenue by the end the year, co-founder and CEO Oren Ezer tells "Globes."

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