Traffic Police Deployed En Masse for Rosh HashanahIsrael will see three major waves of traffic on Rosh Hashanah eve, police say: between 10:30 and 1; 4 and 8; and 10:30 to midnight.
Late Shabbat and 'No Drive Zone' Keep Crowds Out of MeronThere were far fewer celebrants at Meron this year for Lag Ba'omer celebrations - about half as many as usual, participants said.
Report: Spend Money to Save Money on Traffic DeathsIf the government spends NIS 750 million to fix the roads, it will save double that amount in costs, a Bank of Israel study says
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.
Official Says Lapid Personally Holding Back Yesha ProjectsYair Lapid is personally intervening to prevent approval and advancement of projects in Judea and Samaria, says Binyamin Council chairman.
Near-Gridlock in Jerusalem in Wake of FuneralMonday promises to be memorable not only for the passing of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, but also for the monumental traffic tie-ups expected
Thousands Trapped in MeronThousands who spent the night cannot get home due to what they term police organizational failures.
Six Killed in Traffic Accident in HaifaA serious traffic accident occurred Wednesday afternoon after a truck collided with several vehicles on Bar Yehuda Way in Haifa.
Pres. Obama Arrives, Police Hotline 'Live' for Traffic UpdatesUS President Barack Obama has arrived, and Israel Police have provided a hotline for real-time information about traffic snarl updates.
Traffic Fines to Rise by 50-150%Fines for 12 traffic offenses ranked as “serious” may rise by up to 150%.
Approved: Tougher Sentencing for Hit and Run DriversNew bill will double the punishment for 'hit and run' drivers.
Man, Baby Killed In AccidentAn Israeli man in his 30's and accompanying infant were killed when their car went off the road near Hevron; police investigating cause.
Danino: Policing Traffic is Holy WorkPolice Chief visits traffic police, praises them for “holy work” while reminding them of high demands.
Expert: Lower Speed for Fewer DeathsA professor explains the connection between high speed limits and traffic fatalities, and slams the Transportation Ministry.
First of Its Kind Tel Aviv Toll Links Prices, TrafficA one-of-a-kind toll system installed on the new Tel Aviv fast lane varies toll rates according to time of day and demand.
Hit the Gas: Israel Raises the Speed LimitSpeed limit on several highways to jump from 100 to 110 kilometers per hour, but maximum speed on some local roads will drop.
New Cameras Snap Vehicle Photos for Air Pollution TaxIsrael has come up with a way to streamline tax collection on the nation’s highways by using hi-tech photographic tax traps.
Arabs, Bedouin Comprise Lion's Share of Toddler Traffic VictimsOhr Yarok (Green Light) Traffic Safety organization reports that 86% of the toddlers killed in traffic accidents near home in 2009 were not Jewish.
Touring the Old City? Take a Bus, or WalkResidents of the Old City are not sure about the new traffic arrangements to the Western Wall and environs, but are willing to give them a chance.
2008: Fatal Crashes at 23-Year LowFatal traffic accidents were at a 23-year low in 2008, and even fewer have been reported so far in 2009, CBS reports.
Religious More Vulnerable on the RoadsA father responds to his son's death by working to enhance road safety in the religious world – a world particularly vulnerable to accidents.
Court Limits Use of 'Devora' Radar GunsA Be'er Sheva Traffic Court judge ruled that radar guns are often inaccurate in a move that could affect drivers nationwide.
Court's License Ruling Angers PoliceThe Supreme Court has overruled police authority to revoke the licenses of “wild” drivers.