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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?

Israel Railways Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative New Kiryat Malachi railway station opens

Construction began on the station in 2011 but was repeatedly delayed due to a lack of budget.

Tel Aviv - Jerusalem fast rail link Photo: Israel Railways First train leaves Jerusalem's new station

Today's train between Jerusalem and Ben Gurion airport was billed as a test run rather than the launch of the fast-rail link.

Israel Railways train  picture: Eyal Yitzhar Israel Railways cancels trains as drivers report sick

More than 30 drivers reported sick for the second day running in what management describes as a wildcat strike.

Yisrael Katz Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Jerusalem rail link still without safety approval

A week before the planned opening of the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv line, safety approval has not been obtained, sources inform "Globes."

Lime e-scooter Photo: PR Lime e-scooters to launch Israel operations

Lime already has shared transport operations in 70 North American cities and six Western European cities.

fund raising  image: Shutterstock Startup Fleetonomy raises $3m in seed round

The round in the Israeli fleet management solutions company was led by Vertex Ventures, Kardan Ventures, and VectoIQ.

Hagai Zyss Photo: Alon Ron Autotalks launches universal chip for car communications

The company's new chip complies with both Western and Chinese standards.

skyTran Photo: PR Netanya approves Israel's first skyTran pod transport system

The personal rapid transport magnetic levitation system will run over the coastal highway, linking up the city's residential and industrial areas.

Robot bicycle parking lot Photo: Transport Ministry Israel Railways to introduce robot-assisted bicycle parking

The parking lots will optimize use of space, prevent thefts and damage, and replace staff.

Israel Railways Carriages shortage hampers Israel Railways expansion

With the Jerusalem - Tel Aviv fast link set to open, Israel Railways must cut other services because of a shortfall of 80 carriages.

Traffic jams Waze makes the jams worse

Waze has removed one of the biggest barriers to travel by car - how to get there - encouraging more people to drive in cities.

Baidu autonomous test vehicle  photo: PR Israeli autotech and US-China trade wars

China's growing investment in Israel's autotech industry serves its strategic interests.

New Haifa bus station Photo: Haifa Municipality Haifa's new central bus station begins operating

The Check Post terminal contains stops on the Metronit lines, city and interurban buses, and a railway station.

El Al CEO Gonen Usishkin Photo: Sivan Faraj El Al's new CEO struggles with negative headlines

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.

Tel Aviv bike path photo: Meirav Modan Taking Israel's cyclists for a ride

Local authorities in Israel constantly proclaim grandiose plans for bicycle paths, and then fail to carry them out.

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