American Cars Set to 'Invade' Israeli Showrooms

Israelis could soon see a lot more American cars on their roads, as Israel and the U.S. sign a new cooperation agreement.Moshe Cohen, 4/19/2015, 6:43 PM

Tel Aviv City Bikes to Rest on Yom Kippur

Tel Aviv residents who want to ride bikes on Yom Kippur won't be able to rent them from the city's Tel-Ofen bike racks.Yaakov Levi, 9/29/2014, 6:18 PM

Samaria Mixed Buses 'Pressure Cooker About To Blow'

Knesset committee discusses the danger faced by Samaria residents since Arab undocumented workers allowed on buses.Ari Yashar, 1/21/2014, 7:01 PM

Public Transportation Prices to Rise January 1

Public transportation prices in Israel will be going up starting January 1 by an average of 4.7%, the Transport Ministry said Sunday.David Lev, 12/22/2013, 5:15 PM

New Jerusalem Road to be Named after Rabbi Ovadia

Transport Minister says a new major entrance to Jerusalem is to be named for the rabbi who passed away last week.Gil Ronen, 10/13/2013, 7:24 PM

Approval for 2-Hour Train Route to Eilat

Ministers approve path of Tel Aviv-Eilat train that will connect south to central Israel in just two hours.Maayana Miskin, 10/6/2013, 5:36 PM

Free Rides for Babies in Strollers on Jerusalem Buses, Trains

Parents will now be able to tote their children in baby carriages and strollers on buses and trains in Jerusalem for freeDavid Lev, 7/8/2013, 7:01 PM

Minister: Don’t Buy New Cars! Prices to Drop

Transportation Minister tells Israelis not to buy new cars. ‘Wait until we break import monopoly.’ Maayana Miskin, 4/30/2013, 4:58 PM

New Lines for Arab Workers Despite ‘Apartheid’ Criticism

In spite of ‘apartheid’ criticism, Israel will add new bus lines for PA workers. ‘The demand exists; this improves service.’Maayana Miskin, 3/8/2013, 4:45 AM

'Eco-Bridge' Under Construction on New Jerusalem-TA Highway

Work has started on a new “eco-bridge” that will allow wildlife to flourish as vehicles travel daily between Jerusalem and Tel AvivDavid Lev, 2/25/2013, 1:43 AM

Group: 2012 Accident Stats Lower but Still Shocking

Pedestrians accounted for a third of all those killed in traffic accidents, a study by the Or Yarok road safety organization said.David Lev, 2/10/2013, 10:01 PM