UAE Public Transport

UAE Public Transport Last updated on Monday 26th April 2010

At present, there are no air or bus services between the various emirates of the UAE. There are, however, service taxis taking from five to nine passengers.

In addition to the service taxis which operate between Abu Dhabi and Dubai, there are also minibuses carrying about 14 people and charging a few dirhams less than the service taxis.

As you like 'UAE Public Transport' you may also like following articles . . .

Transport in Lebanon: Taxis and Service Taxis

The best way to get around is by taxi or a shared taxi known locally as "service taxi". Taxis and service taxis are distinguished by red number plates, and on some cars a red and white TAXI...

Taxis & Service Taxis in Yemen

Service taxis also have designated routes, but no timetable; the driver waits until the vehicle is full before leaving. These taxis are painted white with horizontal stripes and a large...

Kuwait Transport: Taxis

At the time of writing, there is a fixed rate of KD 4 from the airport into the city. Drivers may not speak English so it is a good idea to know the name of your destination. In the city,...

Transport of Egypt - By Taxis

Service (pronounced ser-vees) taxis are usually Peugeot 504 vehicles which hold about six or seven people and which tend to congregate near bus and railway stations. This is a relatively...

Transportation of Oman - By Taxis

The ONAT buses have largely replaced the service taxis for inter-city trips as they are much more comfortable. As in other Middle Eastern countries, it is best to agree on a taxi fare in...

Saudi Arabia Transport: Taxis

Transport within the cities is not difficult as frequent taxis operate at reasonable, government-regulated fares which are metered.

Road Transport in Syria

Syria has a good, modern road network, 95% of which is paved. Public road transport is inexpensive and well scheduled. The government-run Karnak buses connect all major towns and cities;...