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ITSIA (22 March 2011 )
This website is a DRAFT Israel National ITS Architecture, a roadmap for transportation systems integration for Israel over the next 10 years.
ITS in Israel
Intelligent Transportation Systems in Israel - bird’s eye view of current inventory and on-going projects
PPP
Recommendations for the Evaluation of Additional Transport Projects to be Promoted in Cooperation with the Private Sector (PPP) During the Years 2008-2015
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The MOT Structure Print E-mail

The Ministry of Transport  has a dynamic role in Israel's economic growth and is
partner to the major reforms being introduced into the economy.

Last Updated on Monday, 03 June 2013 15:00
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The Israel Transportation Infrastructure Print E-mail

The Ministry’s main objectives are: to plan and develop the transport network with emphasis
on increased safety, security and efficiency; to provide integrated transport solutions; to ensure
a more environmentally sustainable transport system, and to utilize advanced technologies
in the operation of transport facilities.

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Minister of Transport, National Infrastructures and Road Safety Print E-mail
Minister of Transport & Road Safety, Israel Katz Curriculum Vitae
Israel Katz

Minister of Transport, National Infrastructures and Road Safety
State of Israel

Date of Birth:    21.9.1955
Residence:    Moshav Kfar Ahim
Family Status:    Married to Ronit, 2 children

EDUCATION
M.A. studies in Political Science, Bar Ilan University
B.A., International Relations, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Last Updated on Monday, 03 June 2013 15:08
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The MOT Authorities Print E-mail
The Ministry of Transport has a dynamic role in Israel's economic growth and is
partner to the major reforms being introduced into the economy.

The Ministry of Transport  Authorities:

Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 July 2014 11:26
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Ombudsman's Office Print E-mail
Ombudsman's OfficeThe Ombudsman's Office was established in 1995 and operates within the Ministry of Transport  Office of the Auditor General.
The Ombudsman's Office handles complaints concerning Ministry responsibilities and supervision, covering all Ministry departments, employees and affiliates.
The Ombudsman's Office receives complaints directly or through various Ministry departments and bodies, or through outside sources such as other government ministries, the State Comptroller and Ombudsman, the Knesset, etc.

 

Last Updated on Monday, 03 June 2013 15:14
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