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ImageInside Amman:
There are around 280 public buses licensed in Amman. Public Transport Regulatory Commission says that by the end of the year, it’s expected to have another 160 buses. So far, 48 buses have been added.

From/To Amman:
There are air-conditioned buses that link the capital of Amman to most major towns like Petra, Madaba, and Aqaba on a daily basis. Abdali Station on King Hussein Street is the main terminal, and there several other bus stations in different locations.
Amman’s public transport system is not its best feature. Public bus routes are poorly mapped and hard to navigate. Amman’s yellow taxis are certainly the best choice for getting around the city. They have meters and drivers are supposed to use them. If the driver tries to say his meter is broken, simply find another taxi. Taxis can also be hired by the half or full day for sightseeing. Walking is also an option when the weather permits, as Amman’s districts are compact enough to explore on foot.
Amman’s public transport system is not its best feature. Public bus routes are poorly mapped and hard to navigate. Amman’s yellow taxis are certainly the best choice for getting around the city. They have meters and drivers are supposed to use them. If the driver tries to say his meter is broken, simply find another taxi. Taxis can also be hired by the half or full day for sightseeing. Walking is also an option when the weather permits, as Amman’s districts are compact enough to explore on foot.
However, Amman’s public transport system could be considered a failure, as it did not keep pace with the city’s growth and development. Public bus routes are poorly mapped and hard to navigate.
Amman’s public transport system is not its best feature. Public bus routes are poorly mapped and hard to navigate. Amman’s yellow taxis are certainly the best choice for getting around the city. They have meters and drivers are supposed to use them. If the driver tries to say his meter is broken, simply find another taxi. Taxis can also be hired by the half or full day for sightseeing. Walking is also an option when the weather permits, as Amman’s districts are compact enough to explore on foot. 

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