Ground Transportation

Getting around Trinidad and Tobago is fairly easy, public transport is provided by a bus service operated by government-owned Public Transport Service Corporation(PTSC), privately owned mini-buses (locally known as maxi-taxis) and privately owned cars.

Maxi-taxis and some cars carry passengers along fixed routes for a fixed fare, although cars are slightly more expensive for similar routes carried by maxi-taxis because of their much smaller passenger capacities. Maxi-taxis are the more popular form of transportation across the country.

Car taxis are not allowed to utilise the Priority Bus Route, and as such maxi-taxis and buses are preferable for entering and exiting the cities of Port of Spain, especially during rush hour (7am–9am and 4pm–6pm).



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Levels 8, 18, 20
Nicholas Tower
63-65 Independence Square
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies