Mevasseret Zion residents: We're being completely ignoredMevasseret Zion residents fight opening Harel tunnels, claim construction has made their lives 'unbearable.'
Israel sets to be international ‘smart transportation’ leaderCabinet OKs NIS 250 million plan; Economic Council Head foresees doubling of economy.
Transportation Ministry slaps Egged with 14 million NIS fineEgged strike sparks Transportation Ministry's ire, results in 14 million NIS fine and summons to hearing.
New bus line to connect Jerusalem to Ben Gurion AirportTransportation Ministry announces new line from Jerusalem to Ben Gurion Airport.
Foreign residents to benefit from public transport subsidiesTourists with a temporary resident visa will also benefit from the public transport subsidies granted Israelis.
Haredim continue to threaten 'Hexit'Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz gave a stern warning to Israel Railways, while haredim continue to threaten to collapse the coalition.
Transportation Minister: Shabbat violations - not my department"I can't get involved in train works which take place on Shabbat"
Likud rebels, Prime Minister calls leader on the carpetWhen the Likud secretariat voted on Tuesday to gut the Prime Minister's powers, Bibi called Minister Yisrael Katz for an urgent meeting.
Yeshiva students to receive transportation benefitsDecision ends what some have called religious discrimination against haredi sector.
Vehicular restriction for trucks in SouthMinister of Transport issues prohibition for trucks and large vehicles on the roads leading south to Gaza, Monday morning and afternoon.
No transport for special needs kids due to Jerusalem MarathonRegular transportation arrangements for special education children will not operate, students will have to stay at home - parents outraged.
Kids under 16 banned from electric bikesKnesset committee raises age limit for electric bikes from 14 to 16, limits power for electric toy scooters.
New security unit established in JerusalemTransport Ministry launches new security initiative to station guards aboard public transport in capital in effort to 'prevent attacks.'
New Transport Ministry Rule May Encourage Shabbat BusesA scheduling change instituted by Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz is likely to make it much easier for buses to roll on Shabbat.
The Next Generation of Urban Transportation?Arutz Sheva visited the "Fuel Choices Summit" and met a variety of Israeli start-ups who presented what we might soon see on our streets.
Public Transportation on Shabbat is a 'Disaster'High school and yeshiva students issue letter to PM Netanyahu and Bennett demanding full ban of public transportation on Shabbat.
Public Bus Laws Revolutionized by Hareidi PassengerRequest of Elad resident accepted, allowing drivers to pick up more than ten standing-only passengers and add bus lines.
Rockets Imminent? Train to Sderot CancelledDefense Ministry orders closure of Ashkelon to Sderot line over fears of anti-tank missiles as ceasefire set to end at midnight.
Jerusalem Gearing Up for 'Million Man March'Police, Magen David Adom, Hatzalah prepare for 'million man march' against draft. Public transport to come to a halt.
Samaria Mixed Buses 'Pressure Cooker About To Blow'Knesset committee discusses the danger faced by Samaria residents since Arab undocumented workers allowed on buses.
Jerusalem, Judea-Samaria Roads Begin to ReopenAfter being stranded for days, passengers begin the exodus home via Route 1, Route 443, trains.
Plan to Allow Knives on Planes Delayed in USTransportation Security Administration postpones change in rules that would have allowed passengers to carry small knives on planes.
Israeli Start-Up 'GetTaxi' Sets Sights on New YorkAn Israeli start-up company that developed an app with the ability to locate the nearest cab, plans on launching the service in New York.
The Histadrut Blasts Katz on Israel Railways ImpasseTransportation Minister Yisrael Katz's hint that he may shut down Israel Railways to restructure it has infuriated the Histadrut.
The Histadrut Threatens to Close Israel's SkiesUnion officials say the government has two weeks to meet their demands over Israel's "open skies" deal with Europe – or else!
Train Strike Leads to 'Bus Man's (Busy) Holiday'The government has ordered an increase in the number of intercity buses to ensure that a train strike doesn't cripple the country.
Yesha’s ‘Transportation Man’ RetiresNahum Gabbay, longtime transportation coordinator in Judea, Samaria and Gaza, retired. "The future will be as good as the present," he says.
Setback for Tel Aviv Light RailThe Tel Aviv light rail train project faces a setback as plans involving Metro Transport fall through.
World Follows Israel's State-of-the-Art Transportation SurveyWorld gov'ts closely monitoring Israel's unique survey which uses Israel's newly-invented pocket GPS loggers to forecast transportation needs.
Goodbye to 96-Octane PetrolMinisters meet to discuss fuel, agree to get rid of 96-octane petrol and seek flex fuel vehicles and non-gas alternatives.
El Al Wins Tel Aviv-Eilat RouteAfter a Civil Aviation Authority rejection, El Al receives a special dispensation from the Transportation Minister to fly commercially to Eilat.
Arabs Protest Plan to Standardize Road SignsA new Transportation Ministry project will adjust English and Arabic road sign names to a consistent, direct transliteration of Hebrew.
Union Unplugs Traffic Jam, Reaches AccordThe Union of Local Authorities called off a protest that was to clog Jerusalem roads and instead reached an accord with the government.
Massive Budget Protest to Clog Jerusalem RoadsStay away from Jerusalem if you want to get to the airport Monday. A massive protest against the proposed budget is expected to clog city streets.