Egypt has many kinds of transportations. Transport is centered in Cairo as it is the capital & the big city of Egypt. These transports connect the cities with each others. Land transportation like trains, vehicles& buses transfer for long distances to include the most of the cities. Waterways transportation in Nile & Lake Nasser in addition to vessels in Egypt ports. Also there is another kind relevant with Air to travel easy & fast but it is more expensive than land transport.
Trams and buses serve the capital, run by the government companies (Governmental Transport Organization), and (Greater Cairo Autobus Co) from about 05.30 to 01.00 daily. They are frequent but well patronized to the point of bursting and during rush hours it is often a case of entering where a space can be found—speed is essential. The number of the bus and the destination is written in Arabic on the front in the space above the driver.
There are three types of bus: the stopping bus calling at every station; the inter city with fewer stops, and the reserved express or deluxe. Standards of comfort are reasonable, the last class with air-conditioning but the others rely on open windows which of course let in the dust. There are now services bypassing Cairo which link the major cities.