The length of the three planned subway lines is 130 kilometers, with 100 stations.
The Israel Antitrust Authority also found that gas stations belonging to small companies offered significantly lower prices.
The new carriages will operate on the Tel Aviv - Jerusalem fast link and other electrified lines.
The airport, which can serve 2 million passengers annually, will be opened for full operations in April 2019.
The buyer is Chinese company TUS International. Completion of the deal is expected by year-end.
China's growing investment in Israel's autotech industry serves its strategic interests.
According to the OECD, Israel stands to gain more than almost every other country from product market liberalization and infrastructure investment.
Israel Aerospace Industries has signed an agreement with India's KSU for operation of the Taxibot aircraft towing system at the airports in New Delhi and Mumbai.
Arbe Robotics has developed a high-resolution, 4D radar sensor for autonomous vehicles.
The NIS 15 billion tender for the Purple and Green lines of the Greater Tel Aviv light rail is under the PPP method.
The new route will operate twice weekly, in addition to Wizz Air's flights between Eilat and London, Bucharest, Riga, and Warsaw.
Waze Israel country lead and director of sales Dana Burger spoke at yesterday's "Globes" Marketing, Media, Advertising, and Digital Conference.
The company, which operated in Ramat Gan, will donate its bicycles to charitable organizations.
Jaguar's all-electric model reaches 100 km/h in 4.8 seconds and has a battery range of 480 kilometers.
Basic charges will rise by 4.2%, but the incremental charge remains unchanged for the time being.
El Al says it wants to reach agreement with its workers on streamlining measures.
El Al flights were late 38% of the time last month, according to Flightstats.
The Check Post terminal contains stops on the Metronit lines, city and interurban buses, and a railway station.
Flight delays and cancellations are destroying El Al's reputation while stewards continue to ask women to move to accommodate ultra-Orthodox-men who won't sit next to them.
Local authorities in Israel constantly proclaim grandiose plans for bicycle paths, and then fail to carry them out.