Taxis & Service Taxis in Yemen

Taxis & Service Taxis in Yemen Last updated on Monday 26th April 2010

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 circle painted on the front door, often giving the route in Arabic.

In the larger cities, private taxis are also available; the price should be negotiated before you begin your trip.

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