Bangui is the capital city of Central African Republic with a population of over 734,000 people and an area of over 67.34 km². The common means of public transport within the city are as follows:
There are 24-seater minibuses that connect Bangui with all major towns.
Trucks and pick-ups
Trucks and pick-ups are also a popular way to travel in Bangui.
River ferries services are available from the river port at Bangui to Brazzaville and Zongo. The river is navigable most of the year between Bangui and Brazzaville.
There are privately owned buses offer public transport from Bangui City to other upcountry destinations.
Bangui M’Poko International Airport is located 7km southeast of Bangui offering both regional and international connecting flights.