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Yafoit shuttle Photo: Tel Aviv Municipality Free Jaffa shuttle after Jerusalem Blvd closes

The Yafoit minibus service will begin operating on Friday, using minibuses at a frequency of every 10 minutes.

Tel Aviv light rail car Photo: PR 5 Chinese cos to bid for TA light rail tunnels

Work is scheduled to begin at the start of 2020 and will include digging a 4.6 kilometer tunnel and building three underground stations.

Road 6 Photo: Tamar Matsafi Africa-Israel bondholders choose Keystone for Road 6 stake

The bond trustees will instruct the Africa-Israel board of directors to sell the company's holdings in the highway's operator for NIS 182 million.

Oren Ezer Photo; Eyal Izhar ElectReon to build smart road in Sweden

A 1.6-kilometer electrified road will be built in the project as part of a 4.1-kilometer highway between the airport and Visby on the island of Gotland.

Jerusalem light rail Alstom: Light rail tender withdrawal not political

Alstom cites differences of opinion with its Dan and Electra, its consortium partners.

Downtown Jerusalem Photo; Tamar Matsafi Only two bids to build Jerusalem light rail

European and North American railway manufacturers Bombardier, Siemens, and Alstom got cold feet on the project, which crosses through East Jerusalem.

Gett Photo: PR After Uber and Lyft, what price Gett?

Israeli company Gett's strategy differs from that of its US counterparts, but that might not impress investors.

Bike park in Ramat Gan building  photo: Cadit Levy Paid bike parking on the way

Companies managing large buildings need a solution for hundreds of bicycles.

Egged buses Photo: Nati Yefet Road open to Egged sale

After Egged members overwhelmingly supported the move to turn the public transport cooperative into a limited company, it will now look for an investor.

Daniel Schmil travels on Bubble Photo: Matan Portnoy Ridesharing in Tel Aviv - the pros and cons

"Globes" spent a week trying out Dan and Via's new Bubble ridesharing service.

Tel Aviv traffic jam  photo: Eyal Izhar The new government's economic challenges

Transport, energy and healthcare are three areas where big decisions loom, and determination will be needed to carry them out.

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