Transport in Yemen: Buses

Transport in Yemen: Buses Last updated on Monday 26th April 2010

Public transport in the northern cities is well-served by the dhabar, black-striped mini-buses, which have designated routes but somewhat erratic timetables and pick up passengers as they go along the streets.

A decent network of Asphalt, and dirt roads links all major and secondary cities. Public and private companies provide fist-class daily coach services between major cites. Taxi stations also provide their services around the clock.

Prices are very low. In southern cities, buses are blue and have more regular schedules.

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