How should the transport problem in Israel be solved?

22 июня 2021
Topic On KAN REKA 06/22/2021:
How, in your opinion, should the transport problem in Israel be solved?
My opinion, proposed as a rationalization proposal to the Minister of Finance, Minister of Transport, and others mentioned below:
The solution must be comprehensive.

1. Start with officials and bureaucracy, not interested in any progress
 What's on offer? Eliminate the system of permanence at work, regardless of the length of service. Annually renegotiate the contract on the continuation of work for another year on the basis of the job description, one of the points of which should be the item "economic efficiency". This is the profit achieved from the implementation of progressive solutions and the absence of penalties for omissions and non-development. Reducing the time for making decisions.
Wages throughout the country: the minimum wage (minimum wage) plus a bonus for qualifications, all together not exceeding 5 minimum wages plus remuneration for the implementation of progressive solutions that give an economic or social effect.

2. Introduce the German system of incentives for travel on public transport on weekends at reduced prices with the ability to change to any mode of transport.

3. Elimination of traffic jams
Along the main roads, every 10-15 kilometers, make parking areas for a temporary stop and a possible transfer to public transport or a quick transfer to them of vehicles damaged as a result of a road traffic accident (RTA), for temporary stopping and rest of drivers. They can be combined with petrol stations, buffets, toilets.
Reduce to a minimum the presence of vehicles damaged in an accident on the roadway by an urgent phone call to the Ministry of Emergency Situations or a similar service of the Ministry of Defense of a helicopter, capable of photographing, assessing the situation and transferring the vehicle from the highway to the nearest parking space, and an ambulance will pick up affected.

4. Construction of additional roads at the expense of the "second floor" of existing trunk roads, which should be much cheaper and faster than construction elsewhere.

5. Increasing the number of lanes for public transport and stimulating faster passage of vehicles with at least two passengers on these lanes.

6. Unloading cities from private transport of owners living in other cities and towns.
The goal is achieved by building multi-storey parking spaces near cities, providing them with good public transport, using a parking space using a pre-purchased subscription, as well as both public and departmental transport.

7. Development of coastal sea transport.
The length of the coastline of Israel in the Mediterranean Sea, according to some data, is 196 km., According to others - 230 km., To which residents of large industrial cities have access: Gaza, Ashkelon, Ashdod, Rishon LeZion, Tel Aviv, Herzliya, Netanya, Hadera, Haifa, Ako ... Besides. the access to the sea has about a dozen more smaller settlements that are of interest to tourists and vacationers. This is a completely undeveloped "gold mine" of Israel, which can not only bring substantial income to the Israeli economy, but also relieve the Israeli transport system.

8. Human resource.
In Israel, there are enough literate and proactive people in business, which cannot be said in the leadership of the country. If the leaders of the ministries know that they have only a year at their disposal to prove their usefulness to the country, they will contribute to the implementation of all the advanced that promise them, at least, reward based on the results of the achieved successes in the economy and the welfare of citizens and the continuation of service.
New ideas and solutions can be obtained by encouraging the initiative of citizens by obliging enterprises to publish in any publication a "temnik of an innovator and an inventor" with the publication of the problem and the expected reward based on the results of the implementation of the proposed solution.
At the same time, the Ministry of Justice should take a closer look at the practice of the patent department, how justified are the refusals to issue patents due to non-compliance with the documentation by persons who do not sufficiently speak Hebrew and English. There is a reason for staffing these departments with specialists who help inventors not to waste time on filing applications that do not relate to the essence of the invention.
© Copyright: Sheidin Anatoly (Anshay Din) 2021  

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