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Tel Aviv to offer free public transport at weekends

Israel’s second largest city, Tel Aviv, has started offering public transit on Saturdays for the first time after the city approved a 1.5-million shekel (US$430,000) budget for an intercity minibus service that launched in November.

As current legislation stands, Israeli cities and towns are prohibited from operating and charging for public transport on Shabbat (the traditional Jewish day of rest), but some have managed to circumvent the law by providing transport for free.

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