Transport in Lebanon: Buses

Transport in Lebanon: Buses Last updated on Wednesday 21st April 2010

Buses cover some parts of Beirut and a few other destinations around the country. The buses are privately run and rarely operate to a timetable. There is no uniformity in colour or model and they usually have the destination written only in Arabic.

There are two bus stations in Beirut: one outside the museum for destinations north of Beirut and another at Cola bridge for destinations south of Beirut.

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