Charging Bird scooters Photo: Dror Adi Electric scooters boost Tel Aviv's gig economy

"Globes"  talks to scooter collectors, "Bird hunters" who are earning up to NIS 10,000 per month, and await the launch of Lime.

Israel Railways electric car Photo: PR Treasury dispute delaying 64 railway carriages

Overcrowding on Israel Railways will persist with the new carriages not arriving until at least two years after a new tender is issued.

Tel Aviv - Jerusalem fast rail link Photo: Israel Railways Former safety engineer slams Jerusalem fast rail link

Eran Zafolio told the Knesset Economic Affairs Committee about severe safety failures on the line.

Tel Aviv traffic jam  photo: Eyal Izhar McKinsey: State can't afford Tel Aviv metro

Consultants McKinsey recommend the value-capture method for financing the project, meaning that those who benefit pay.

Accident in the south Photo: Search and Rescue unit Road 90 to become four-lane divided highway

The two-lane Eilat-Galilee highway has claimed 17 fatalities in accidents over the past three weeks.

BIRD Photo: PR Bird e-scooters expands Israel operations to Ramat Gan

Bird will soon face competition in Israel from Lime, another US company that offers a similar service.

Tel Aviv Central Station Photo: Eyal Izhar Railway stations fail to realize commercial potential

The company founded six years ago to develop the valuable real estate in and around Israel's stations has achieved nothing.

Road 6 northern section Photo: PR New Highway 6 northern section to open next week

The 5 kilometer Yokneam - Tel Kashish section is a toll road run by a different operator to the rest of Road 6.

Autonomous car IoT road infrastructure co NoTraffic raises $3.2m

The company develops technology for smart transportation management in an urban environment.

Seaspan  photo: company website HK shipping firm Seaspan raising NIS 450m debt in Tel Aviv

Seaspan leases cargo ships to shipping companies all over the world.

vehicle technology  image: Shutterstock - ASAP Creative Autotech ahoy!

With the timetable for commercializing autonomous cars getting longer, Israeli autotech companies are looking at parallel markets - shipping, for example.

Yisrael Katz Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative No light at the end of the tunnel

Opening the Jerusalem fast-link last month let Yisrael Katz keep his promise but has been a disaster for Israel Railways passengers.

Impression of Haifa University cable car station  image: Yefe Nof Israel's cable car revival

Jerusalem, Haifa and Nazareth all plan cable car routes, but are they genuine transport solutions, or just showy and costly tourist attractions?

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