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Haifa Port / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes Could China take all in Haifa Bay?

The privatization of the old Haifa Port has attracted many local and international potential bidders, with strategic interests at stake.

Magment wireless charging technology / Photo: Company presentation German smart road co set to join TASE

Magment, which is developing wireless charging technology for electric vehicles, has agreed to be merged into TASE-listed ICB.

Miri Regev Transport Minister opposes Tel Aviv Metro

Miri Regev told the "Globes" Israel Real Estate Conference that the money would be better spent on transport projects to connect outlying regions with central Israel.

Metro  / Photo: NTA Tel Aviv Metro to cause real estate mayhem

Construction will be halted for years in dozens of projects near stations between Rehovot and Herzliya.

Jerusalem light rail Shapir set to close NIS 3.5b Jerusalem light rail financing

Shapir and Spanish partner CAF will extend and operate the Red Line and build and operate the new Green Line.

Air pollution  photo: Reuters Comptroller slams Israel's green energy failure

Targets for power production from renewable resources are not being met, while the Transport Ministry has failed to curb private car use.

Israel Railways Comptroller finds flaws in railway safety, fire and rescue

The State Comptroller's report notes that the railways electrification is finally on track but that recommendations on safety, fire and rescue have not been implemented.

Emek Refaim  / Imagin: Jerusalem transport master-plan Emek Refaim Jerusalem light rail gets final approval

The decision marks the end of a three year struggle between supporters and opponents of the route of the Blue Line through Emek Refaim, the main thoroughfare in the German Colony.

Herzliya Marina  / Photo: Dov Greenblatt, החברה להגנת הטבע Marinas could replace some Israeli beaches

Planning authorities are being asked to approve six new marinas for luxury yachts because of an acute shortage of berths.

Yehuda Raveh  / Photo: Jacob Mehager Metro won't benefit from Tel Aviv light rail mistakes

The State should eliminate costs that could be rolled over to private companies, at a time when the whole business sector is begging for more work.

Gil Sheratzky and Ori Gilboa / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes "Covid-19 has better PR, but texting while driving is deadlier"

SaverOne claims to have the long-sought solution to drivers being distracted by their phones. Now it's up to the regulators.

Haifa Port / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes For sale: One old outclassed seaport

Haifa Port faces severe competition from the new Chinese-built Bay Port next-door, but bidders are still lining up for its privatization.

Amnon Shashua "Mobileye could leave Israel in an instant"

Amnon Shashua fears Israel will miss a historic opportunity to lead the automotive revolution unless regulatory change is speeded up.

Light rail red line  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef , Globes Planning Tel Aviv's Metro begins in earnest

With the first budget about to be allocated for detailed planning, "Globes" examines how the underground network could impact Greater Tel Aviv.

Dror Feuer has a railway carriage to himself  / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes Israel Railways rides again but few passengers return

Dror Feuer travels from south to north but finds that for much of the enchanting journey, he was alone in the carriage.

Haifa Port / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes Want to know all about Haifa's new port? Try China

The new Chinese-operated port is meant to be a game changer for the Israeli economy. Why is no-one here talking about it?

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