Passengers can now board buses from back door tooRav-Kav transport card holders in the greater Tel Aviv area will be able to board the bus from the back doors, starting Monday.
New public transport discounts to roll out in DecemberThe discounts cover minors, parents with strollers, recipients of National Insurance benefits, the disabled and blind, and unpaid soldiers.
IDF Instructs Soldiers: Don't Sleep on BusesAs terror wave worsens, Israel's military issues new guidelines for soldiers to maintain personal security.
Bill: Limit Public Transport StrikesUTJ MK Yisrael Eichler submits motion to prevent 'abuse' of strikes in essential professions after latest Egged strike strands thousands.
'Man of the People'? Minister Benny Begin Forgoes Car for TrainSocial media frenzy over Begin on Jerusalem light rail; minister reportedly rejects using private transport despite gov't car.
Kahlon: I'll Work Towards Public Transportation on ShabbatIncoming Finance Minister says public transportation on Shabbat is a "social issue".
Shabbat Bus Service to Run in JerusalemPrivately-funded Friday night buses to run from Pisgat Ze'ev to city center and back; drivers to be non-Jews.
Tit-For-Tat: Meretz MK Moves to Ban MKs from Driving on ShabbatMK Tamar Zandberg says bill proposal is response to Transport Minister Yisrael Katz's prevention of public transport on Shabbat.
Druze Council Nominates Katz for Israel Prize; Leftists ProtestTransportation Min. Yisrael Katz nominated for Israel Prize, protestors picket his home over no public transport on Shabbat.
Transportation Minister Attacks 'Leftist Hypocrite' on FacebookAfter sarcastic message invites citizens to ask Yisrael Katz for rides, Katz retorts: public transportation on Shabbat? Ask Buji Herzog!
Report: Israeli Buses Need More 'Fast Lanes'According to a Transportation Ministry study, public transportation in Israeli metropolitan areas is considerably slower than it is abroad.
Major Upgrade to Judea-Samaria Public Transport18 bus lines added to the region as impractical bus system is overhauled; Ministry of Transport cites security considerations.
Ya'alon to Ban Palestinian Arab Workers from Judea-Samaria BusesSudden reversal of April 2013 decision may reduce terror, nearly one year after formal hearing on harassment and security issues.
Ariel Residents Warn of Danger Presented by PA WorkersResidents of Ariel protest over the danger presented by Arab workers who used the public buses for Jews living in Samaria.
Samaria Mixed Buses 'Pressure Cooker About To Blow'Knesset committee discusses the danger faced by Samaria residents since Arab undocumented workers allowed on buses.
Yechimovich Mocks Lapid: No Bus Fare? Drink Whipping CreamMK Shelly Yechimovich has harsh words for Finance Minister Yair Lapid over a rise in public transportation fares.
US Consulate Tells Employees: Stay Off Sheruts After BombingAfter Bat Yam bus bombing Sunday, US Consulate General releases notice banning employees from riding Sherut shuttles.
Ariel Students, Residents Launch Campaign Against LikudResidents of Judea/Samaria city launch web campaign against party, after Transportation Ministry refuses to fix bus crisis.
Buses to Capital and Inside It – to Halt AgainBecause of icy roads, bus traffic on Highway 1 has been halted, and buses inside Jerusalem will stop. Drivers asked to avoid all roads.
MKs: Government Strict with Yeshivas – but Buses Get BillionsMKs take Finance Ministry to task over massive subsidies for Egged bus company.
Public Transportation in Judea and Samaria a 'Nightmare'Horror stories at Knesset hearing tell of Arab sexual, physical assaults, claims Jewish residents often cannot safely get home.
Haifa Launches ‘Metronit’ SystemThe city of Haifa has launched a special fast bus system, the Metronit, aimed at reducing traffic and commuting times.
Meretz Campaign: Sabbath Desecration, Gay WeddingThe far-left Meretz party with an MK ‘marrying’ three couples in response to Jewish Home MK’s statement.
Tri-State Commuters Crawling Back to Work Post-SandyMost commuters on Thursday in NY, NJ and CT had no choice but to drive, clogging roads into a crawl following Hurricane Sandy's destruction.
Tel Aviv Rabbis Launch Shabbat CampaignOver 50 rabbis in Tel Aviv have signed onto a Shabbat education campaign after officials call for public transport on the day of rest.
Tel Aviv Approves Public Transportation on ShabbatIgnoring tradition, Tel Aviv City Council approves proposal for public transportation on Shabbat, Transportation Min. nixes it.
TA Officials Really, Really Want Shabbat BusesThe Tel Aviv City Council is set to meet Monday night to discuss plans to enact public transportation in the city on Shabbat.