You can find on this page the Cairo buses map to print and to download in PDF. The Cairo bus system map and the Cairo trolley map present the network, stations and lines of the buses and trolley of Cairo in Egypt.
The Cairo bus map shows all the stations and lines of the Cairo bus system. This bus map of Cairo will allow you to easily plan your routes in the buses of Cairo in Egypt. The Cairo bus system map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
There is a public bus system that offers several lines of service in different classes and prices as its shown in Cairo bus map. There is the standard bus service, the air-conditioned service, known as CTA short for Cairo Transport Authority (for a higher price) and Mini-buses (smaller buses and more extensive network). Other transport services includes the traditional Cairo Taxi and Micro-buses, both are privately run by individuals. The Micro-buses are the cheapest form of transport in Cairo, yet not very reliable. The traditional Cairo Taxi is also run by individuals and usually operate on older models of cars that are being replaced by the effective Cairo Cab for a more modern look in the city. Egyptians use cabs, cars, and the Nile ferry as methods of transportation.
Cairo has a large public transport network with city buses, Mwasalat Misr buses, and minibusses serving in the city. Many bus lines stop in the city center, such as Ramsis Station as you can see in Cairo bus map. You can find vans almost everywhere but they are usually very crowded and not so comfortable. Mwasalat Misr is a private company and has its own buses and transportation services that they provide in a wide area in the city. Bus and minibus prices vary between 2 EGP and 5 EGP (2019).
Three types of buses help clog Cairo streets as its mentioned in Cairo bus map. The local, privately-operated microbuses are not always helpful to travelers: No destinations are marked and overcrowding is common. However, this is the cheapest mode of transportation, with rides costing 1 Egyptian pound or less. Fares are passed to drivers after taking your seat onboard. The city orange minibuses are also not tourist-friendly (pickpockets are regular passengers), and they cost more than the local buses at around 1 or 2 Egyptian pounds ($0.11 to $0.23). You will have the best luck with the largest fleet operated by the Cairo Transit Authority (CTA).