The article says the ministry will be also installing 911 stations including 310 inside Beirut with a sign to inform passengers about possible delays.
The Public Works and Transport Ministry is devising a strategy for managing the sector in Lebanon by purchasing 250 new buses to operate on 20 routes inside Beirut while linking it with stations in other areas such as Tripoli, Sidon and Chtaura, according to the head of the parliamentary commission for Public Works, Energy, Water and Transportation.
MP Mohammad Qabbani said during a meeting to discuss this issue Tuesday that 200 buses would be dedicated to Beirut while the other 50 would work in between other governorates.
Here’s a map showing Lebanon’s bus routes and map but I don’t know where we can find the bus schedules online.
I have no freaking clue how this happened. It looks like everyone’s gone crazy lol! Check the video posted by Maroon [Here].
I wonder how he fit the cow in this tiny car lol!
I’ve always wondered why these crazy motorists are not stopped by the cops specially that they perform their stunts on the highway. Well it seems the cops don’t notice them somehow.
PS: I am still finding this picture hard to believe and trying to check if it could be fake or not, even though it was posted by Yasa.
via Volkswagen Lebanon
I loved the Volkswagen ad and the Lufthansa ad below is a smart one as well. Here’s what other brands had to say about Germany’s win.
@Lufthansa tweeted: The best extra weight we’ve ever carried!
Every time I am stuck in traffic on the maritime road between Nahr el Kalb and Kaslik, there are assholes who try to go the wrong way, then cut people off and make traffic even worse. I’ve tweeted at the ISF several times before asking them to patrol this road and fine these drivers and it seems they’ve finally decided to do so!
As you can see in the pictures, police cars were deployed along the road and cones were put in the middle of the road. Needless to say, it took us less time to get to Jounieh.
Great job from the ISF! I hope they keep doing it though or just put cones or separators along the way.
Picture via Biser3a
I was told about this circuit a week ago and I just looked it up and found it on Facebook. Racing Park Mtein is expected to open within weeks from now and is presumably the biggest kart track in the Middle East.
Even though Mtein is a bit far, but we needed a new karting track in Lebanon and the circuit looks amazing. I can’t wait to give it a try!
Picture via Biser3a
Bring back those girls lol!
I am joining the Lotus car owners in Lebanon for a ride tomorrow from Beirut to Warde in Kfardebian and I will get the chance to drive one of the cars (Lotus Evora) which is pretty awesome!
I will be posting pictures on my Instagram [LeNajib] so follow me for updates!
The vehicle’s unique model number should help you lol!