Casablanca is a city that is intersected by large avenues.
All the urban transportation modes intersect at the city center, the throbbing heart of the city. Its outlying districts are traversed by the Al Bidaoui Train (which goes from the airport to Ain Sebaa), whereas a first line connects the ends of the city, from the working-class neighborhood of Sidi Moumen to Ain Diab (the Corniche of Casablanca) and all the way to the universities. Extension works will soon make it possible to cover other areas of the city.
The urban transportation offering also includes a wide network of buses that serves all the areas in the city, as well as a significant taxi network at very competitive prices. Access to these different modes of transportation is simplified by the use of websites or smartphone applications, namely, Médina Bus, Casablanca Tramway. Do you want to leave the city and set out to discover the region or better yet, all of Morocco? You can take the train, coach or even rent a car, depending on your preferences.