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| Will Israel start taxing workplace parking spaces?

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Tuesday, 26 November 11:25 AM
When Tel Aviv’s Ayalon Highway is empty of cars the trip from central Herzliya to the Kibbutz Galuyot exit in south Tel Aviv takes 15 minutes. When the traffic is moving at a reasonable pace, the trip is half an hour. But when the highway is clogged, the journey takes no less than one full hour.

This week when a group of motorcyclists chose to drive slowly on the Ayalon to protest police plans to prevent them from driving on the highway’s shoulders, the trip lengthened to an hour and a half and tens of thousands of people were late to work. The police caved in and announced that it wouldn’t enforce the ban “in cases of motorcyclists who drive safely.” The ease with which 100 motorcycle and scooter drivers could snarl up traffic in the Gush Dan area and create insufferable traffic, and the speed with which the Israel Police surrendered to them, pose some interesting questions in light of the government’s plan to limit traffic on the country’s central arteries.

         
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