Transport in Israel

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Transportation in Israel is well developed, and is continuously being upgraded to meet the demands of population growth, political factors, the Israel Defense Forces, tourism and increased traffic.

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Highways

Israel's road network spans 18,096 km of roads,[1] of which 230 km are classified as freeways.[citation needed] The network spans the whole country.

Bus services

Buses are the country's main form of public transport. In 2009, bus passenger trips totaled approximately 654 million. In the same year, 16 companies operated buses for public transport, totaling 5,939 buses and 8,470 drivers. The Egged Bus Cooperative is Israel's largest bus company, and operates routes throughout the country.[2] Bus routes in some areas are operated by smaller carriers, the largest being the Dan Bus Company, operating routes in Gush Dan. Kavim is the next largest.

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