There are many forms of transportation in Morocco. Here are a few of the most common:
Feet. Walking is the main form of transportation all over the country.
Grand taxi — the only way I can leave my site. They primarily go between cities and are designed to hold 6 passengers but in my area we can fit 9 people in one.
Petite taxi – they are different colors in different cities; hold 3 passengers only; and provide transport within cities.
CTM (and Supr@Tours) provides excellent long distance travel (think 4-6 hours)
N9l (kinda pronounced ‘knuckle) – mass transit option that takes the place of a grand taxi
Train – for major long distance travel (like south to north)
Other transportation options include bicycle (many kids ride these to/from school), motorcycles/motorscooter, triporter (like a motorcycle with a truck bed to carry people or items) and the rare personal vehicle.
Getting around in Morocco is always an experience and a topic of conversation when PCVs get together.