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Getting around Jordan by public transport can be tricky — it's a bit of a hotchpotch. Continue reading to find out more about With some highly visitable places inaccessible by public transport, the best way to travel around Jordan is to rent a car for at least part of your stay.
We also have plenty of information available on getting to Jordan. The most common way of getting around Jordan is by bus, most of which are fifteen- or eighteen-seater minibuses. Some larger buses and air-conditioned coaches also serve as public transport. This means that, on less-travelled routes especially, you should factor in sometimes quite considerable waiting time for the bus to fill up.
All buses and minibuses have their point of origin and destination painted in Arabic script just above either brake light on the rear of the vehicle. Locals know the system by word-of-mouth, but no official information about bus travel exists: in most situations, you simply have to turn up at the point of departure and ask around.
However, longer trips, or more isolated destinations, may be served by only one or two buses, or by a handful of departures clustered together at a certain time of day. If you are travelling around quieter regions by bus, keep your itinerary loose. Bus fares are low. There is no price competition between minibus operators. A few companies operate large, air-conditioned buses in competition with the minibuses on some long-distance runs. Hijazi operates Amman—Irbid, mainly for Yarmouk University students, and there are a few others.
On most inter-city routes, shared taxis or service taxis universally known as serveeces tout for business alongside the buses. Serveeces also operate the system of departing when full, but because there are fewer seats they leave more frequently.