Toma Taxi is a public transport organization to provide safe and comfortable taxi service in broader Dhaka. At present Toma Taxi has a fleet of 250 taxi. Toma Taxi cab service is good, affordable, safety and reliable.
The fare rate for Toma Taxi given by the government is:
Trust Transport Services (TTS) is a project of the Army Welfare Trust aimed at creating job opportunities for retired armed forces personnel and civilians alike by offering quality transportation service to the public.
The charges are the same for Trust Cab, as it is mentioned for Toma Cab.
In Bangladesh, three-wheeled auto-rickshaws are called CNGs because these days, most of them run on Compressed Natural Gas. CNGs are ubiquitous across Bangladesh – most people use them instead of regular taxis. Faster and more comfortable than rickshaws, CNGs cost about twice as much. Thanks to the wire-mesh doors that secure the passenger seat on both sides of the vehicle, they are also somewhat safer to travel in, especially at night.
Being the capital and geographical centre of Bangladesh, Dhaka is the natural hub for the country’s bus companies. There are several bus stations around Dhaka, each of them serving a different region of the country. The stations are not for the faint of heart, being extremely crowded and noisy.
Luxury buses serve locations dotted all over the country. These private buses are air-conditioned, spacey and usually have reclinable seats. Popular operators include Green Line, Shyamoli, Silk Line and Shohagh.
They all have ticket offices around town, the most well-known being those at the Pantapath. Green Line serves many major cities, with approximate times and prices listed below:
The Rocket Steamer service connects Dhaka and Khulna via Barisal, and is a fantastic way to enjoy riverine Bangladesh, for those who prefer the scenic route. The 4 ferries are operated by BIWTC and run six days a week in each direction. It’s advisable to book several days in advance if possible. While there are several different classes it’s unlikely that you will end up in anything but 1st or 2nd class. Both of these consist of around 10 small berths on the upper deck of the boat with 2 beds each and a sink (no doubt doubling as a urinal), and fairly clean shared bathrooms. The fare is BDT 2100 for Delux class.
Greenline Catamaran Services, which two luxury ships on the Dhaka-Barisal river route to carry passengers – MV Green Line-2 and MV Green Line-3. The two ships carry passengers up and down the river route two times a day since September 2015. Tickets are available online. The capacity of each ship is 600 passengers. The fare for business class is Tk 1,000, while economy class passengers will pay Tk 700.