Buses (and other transport) in Tunisia
163,610 sq km.
Population 10.7 million
Large cities: Tunis, Sousse, Sfax





Information has been obtained from sources as referenced and the persons indicated below.
Click here for news items on transport in Tunisia and details on site-updates so you know where to look for the new pictures and information.

This site is divided into several subpages.
Please click on the links below
public transport operators
coaches and private buses
bus builders (STIA, SETCAR, Alpha, ICAR, imports)
Tunis trams
Tunis-Goelette-Marsa (TGM)
Tunis electric suburban railways
Sousse-Mahdia electric railways
Lezard Rouge tourist railway
National Railways SNCFT
Industrial Railways

UPDATE 2015-04-21/2: MAN -Alpha coach and Mercedes O500 -STIA coach pictures by Khaled and Ahmed Gharzallah uploaded.
UPDATE 2015-02-17: new MAN -Alpha bus models added to the Alpha and the Nabeul pages.
UPDATE 2015-02-11: 200 bus pictures added, mainly to the Tunis and Nabeul pages.
UPDATE 2014-07-03: Trams and TGM pages added!
2014-07-01: operater pages updates

and the SETCAR page added, with 28 different bus models.
Pictures in these pages now are over 1,800!

Tunisia's bus scene has been dominated by the government companies for public transport and government involvement in bus building. The tourist industry grew rapidly during the 1990's and resulted in the creation of a large number of private coach companies. These pages have been subsidived into various chapters: public transport operators, coach operators and private buses, and bus builders. Railways and ferries also have their own chapters.

Contributions were made by:
Ton van der Burg and Cees Bos
Mohamed Amine Had
Mohamed Darguech
Jos Nederend
John Veerkamp
Kim L¢venskjold
Jeroen Mastenbroek
Alex Hermens
Wouter van der Brugghen
Buses World Wide
(maps and basic data: www.cia.gov)

(This site will be further developed over time)