A report released by the Israeli Public Service Commission has revealed that Tel Aviv’s bus service provider Irana offers the best service.
Irana, which is based in Kiryat Gat, was the only bus service service provider to make the top 10 in the study, according to the Israeli company.
Irna, which has more than 100,000 bus seats, serves more than 8.6 million people daily, according the study.
Irva has also made the list for the second consecutive year, with the lowest passenger numbers for bus services in Israel.
However, the service provider is also the most expensive, with its average cost per seat for trips to and from Tel Aviv city centre ranging from 9.7 million to 10.6 billion shekels ($19,943).
This is a significant difference from Tel-Aviv, which charges bus riders about 7 million shekeles ($2,824) per trip, or about 4.5 times the cost of the company’s bus ticket.
The study also showed that buses were more expensive than cars on average for passengers in the country.
On average, cars cost around 10 times more than buses.
The cost of driving was much higher for women, especially on the highways.
The report also found that the average driver earns less than 30 percent of what the average bus driver earns, or more than 10 times what the drivers salary in Israel is.
The Israeli government, which controls the bus services, also has been slow to respond to the increasing number of people who are forced to travel on the roads.
The government recently introduced a pilot program, known as “The Road to Mobility”, in which buses will be allowed to run between bus stops, rather than on the street, which had been the norm for decades.
However a spokesman for the Israeli public service commission said that the government is still considering whether to introduce the program in full.