The Tel Aviv mayor wants to reduce the number of planned housing units on the site from 16,000 to 8,000 and keep the airport operating.
The fund is planning to raise more capital through a share offering on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE)
The new course is designed for Israeli citizens, both men and women, at least 21 years old with matriculation certificates and having no previous flying experience.
The project for extending the capital's light rail system is estimated at $9 billion, making it the largest-ever PPP project in Israel.
Herzliya-based NIP Global develops electronic infrastructure for population registries and issuing biometric documents.
By 2030, all Israeli bus routes will be put up for tenders, which Egged will have to bid for against its rivals.
The venture will go into operation in September after GoTo's system is adapted to the customer's needs.
Israel Police has reportedly stopped issuing tickets from all speed cameras around the country after the Technion, Institute of Technology cast doubts on the accuracy of the cameras.
Tickets totaling hundreds of millions of shekels are liable to be reversed if a test of the Gatso A3 high-speed camera system shows it is unreliable.
Hybrids and plug-ins costing over NIS 300,000 will bear higher purchase tax rates like conventional luxury vehicles.
Local authorities in Israel constantly proclaim grandiose plans for bicycle paths, and then fail to carry them out.
Handing the electrification project to Spanish company SEMI in 2015 because its bid was the cheapest was disastrous.
A senior delegation from Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi and many others are coming to next week's smart transport event in Israel.