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Jerusalem - Tel Aviv railway Photo: Channel 2 Experts: Jerusalem-Tel Aviv railway not safe to operate

Engineers and safety experts have told "Globes" that if the trains start operating next month, there is liable to be a disaster.

Ofo  photo: Reuters, Edgar Su Chinese bike-sharing co Ofo opens in Israel

Ofo has appointed Imri Galai to head its Israel branch.

Ron Huldai Photo: Tamar Matsafi New central bus station bothers Tel Aviv mayor

The Tel Aviv municipality wants the bus station moved elsewhere within a decade.

Wizz Air Photo: PR Wizz Air becomes Israel's most popular foreign airline

Wizz Air flew 74,500 passengers to and from Israel in January, 90% more than in January last year.

Sde Dov airport Photo: Shutterstock Ron Huldai: Don't close Sde Dov airport

In an article written for "Globes," Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai insists that an airport in the heart of the city is essential infrastructure.

Prof. Omer Moav Photo: Niv Kantor "Congestion charge only solution for Israel's jams"

Speaking at the "Globes" Business Conference, Prof. Omer Moav of the Herzliya Interdisciplinary Center urged israel to follow the lead set by London and Stockholm.

Ramon Airport Photo: Shinar Architects New Eilat airport to open April 2018

"Globes" visited the impressively designed airport, which can serve 4.25 million passengers a year.

El Al, photo: Sivan Farag El Al: Our strategy is clear

The airline responds to Avishai Ovadia's portrayal of it as a company adrift.

Begin Highway Jerusalem Jerusalem plans to cover Begin Highway

A high-tech park, thousands of homes and green areas will be developed adjacent to the Hebrew University, "Yediot Ahronot" reports.

Jerusalem - Tel Aviv railway Photo: Channel 2 Tel Aviv-Jerusalem railway opening set for long delay

Israel's State Comptroller says the high-speed link won't be ready on time next April.

Yehuda Bar-On Photo: Shlomi Yosef First third of Red Line completed

NTA CEO Yehuda Bar-On is confident that the Tel Aviv light rail Red Line will be operating by 2021, and three lines will be operating in 2024.

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