This tender is for fast lanes in each direction on the highway between the KKL Interchange and the Seven Stars Interchange.
From December 1, bicycles will not be allowed on trains between 6am and 9am and between 3pm and 7pm from Sundays to Thursdays.
Due to the delay the company will record a loss of $12-16 million in its third quarter financial results.
The US electric car manufacturer has been checking out Israel's car market and could begin operations from next year.
Founders and co-CEOs Meir Ohayon and Tomer Dotan will continue managing the auto trade-in chain.
The new bus station east of the Ramot neighborhood will relieve congestion at Jerusalem's existing central bus station.
In a pilot project dozens of the dockless scooters will be deployed at the Har Hotzvim high-tech park, Israeli media sources report.
Ministry director general Keren Terner reports initial conclusions from the introduction of a carpool lane.
The first day of the new regulations allowing cars with 2 or more passengers to use public transport lanes resulted in havoc.
The companies' e-scooter users can now ride continuously between Tel Aviv, Ramat Gan and Petah Tikva.
Transport minister: If the number of people per car averages 1.7, there will be no traffic jams.
The global transportation giant will order Israeli goods and services worth NIS 500 million as part of a new reciprocal procurement agreement.
From Europe to China, alliances of startups, auto manufacturers, and tier-1 suppliers are preparing to challenge Mobileye and Intel with their own ADAS systems.
Despite the slower progress towards self-driving cars, Hailo and Cortica are Israel's frontrunners for a major exit or IPO, or to become unicorns.
Israeli startups lead in innovative design, ticketing, and optimization for public transport but their systems are rarely implemented in Israel.
Lime CEO Brad Bao tells "Globes" that Tel Aviv is like Copenhagen and Amsterdam, where 50% of traffic is on bicycles or scooters.
More cities are introducing buses on Friday nights and Saturdays as secular Israelis become more militant about public transport.
Mobile-as-a-Service (MAAS), rather than privately owned vehicles, is the business hope of the autonomous vehicle market.