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Arkia Photo: PR Virus forces further cutbacks on Arkia

Arkia Airlines chairman Avi Homero has told employees additional streamlining will be required beyond the existing recovery plan.

Dan Harel / Photo: Tamar Matsafi Israel Railways chairman departs in electrification dispute

Dan Harel announced his immediate resignation following rejection of his proposal to end the contract with Spanish company SEMI in the chronically delayed NIS 12 billion electrification project.

Palmachim desalination plant / Photo: Shlomi Yosef Police probe Palmachim desalination plant

The investigation concerns falsification of water quality tests.

Eric Wang Wind CEO: Scooters are here to stay

Eric Wang: Of all the cities we operate in, Tel Aviv leads in the speed and scale of adoption. Infrastructure needs to catch up.

Bubble Dan-Via Photo: PR Berlin Municipality to halt Via ridesharing funding - reports

The Berlin municipality coalition partners have decided against allocating money to the BerlKoenig project, according to local media reports. Via: The matter is still under discussion.

Jerusalem light rail Gov't pays for mistakes in Jerusalem light rail buyback

The CityPass consortium made a NIS 1 billion profit as the Israeli government, inexperienced in such projects, bought back the Red Line for NIS 1.6 billion.

Electric truck on Electreon test track in Sweden  / Photo: PR Smart road trial success boosts ElectReon Wireless

ElectReon is now gearing up for dynamic operation of its vehicle charging system on a public road in Sweden.

Yehudit Bridge  / Photo: Oron Holdings and Investment Group Controversial Tel Aviv footbridge over Ayalon opens

The first pedestrian bridge over the Ayalon is also the only one of 10 bridges that has a bicycle lane.

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