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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
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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A New Travel Experience in Haifa PDF Print
100_train150 stops between Haifa and the Krayot, high-frequency routes, information centers, smart cards, convenience and safety at the highest level - all you need to know about the Haifa Metronit.
Last Updated on Sunday, 22 July 2012 10:48
Alcohol and Driving PDF Print
Drinking alcohol is now the norm at every social or recreational event. The influence of alcohol kicks in even at very low concentrations. This influence varies from person to person depending on the physique, weight and age of the driver. Alcohol affects us right from our first drink!
Last Updated on Sunday, 17 June 2012 10:42
6 percent increase in taxicab fares PDF Print
100_taxiRegular taxi (special) and service taxi (sherut) journey fares have increased by 6 percent, in accordance with the Control of Commodities and Services Order signed by the Ministries of Finance and Transport.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 May 2012 09:04
Trans-Israel Highway (Highway 6) PDF Print
100_mihlafThe Trans-Israel Highway (or Highway 6) is a central thoroughfare that constitutes the country’s eastern transport corridor. Trans-Israel is Israel’s first toll road. It is approximately 138 km long, from the Ein Tut Interchange in the north to the Ma’ahaz Interchange in the south. Upon its completion, the road is expected to continue to the Shlomi area in Western Galilee and to HaNegev Junction area south of Be’er Sheva.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 May 2012 10:04
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