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Haifa Public Transport Flashes Forward

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Haifa’s public transport system is receiving a big upgrade. With the recent opening of the new central bus station, a freshly renovated train station and up and coming cable cars, Haifa will step into a more central role.   The central bus station, spanning 20,000 kilometers is not yet fully compete but will operate as…

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Israel is Steering Smart Transit Forward

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Israel is taking smart transportation seriously. The Transportation Ministry and Israel Innovation Authority are working together to dedicate upwards of $8 million dollars annually to promote and provide ways to advance smart transport. The collaborative forces are boosting Israel to the next level by shifting their infrastructure to support the fast-paced innovations and technologies rolling…

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Israeli Economy Grows and Need for Inclusivity Does Too

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The Israeli economy is booming, and the societal split is growing larger with each step forward. A recently released 2018 Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, or OECD report, shows what might seem like advancement in Israel’s society; however, the economic gaps between groups like the Haredim and Arabs are only growing further with low employment…

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Refugees Saved from Genocide is First Step

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A group of 300 Sudanese asylum seekers were granted refugee status in Israel. While community outrage towards the treatment of thousands of asylum seekers continues, this small but starting step is the right direction towards a positive humanitarian approach to the complicated situation the Israeli government initiated with their plan to expel over 16,000 asylum…

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Autonomous cars are driving Jerusalem

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By the end of 2019, a fleet of partially autonomous cars will be travelling the roads of Jerusalem, Israel. It’s the latest news from Mobileye, an Israeli startup acquired by Intel, that leads about 70% of the autonomous driving market and advancing road safety. According to their website, Mobileye currently works with over 13 global…

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