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A share taxi is a mode of transport which falls between a taxicab and a bus. These vehicles for hire are typically smaller than buses and usually take passengers on a fixed or semi-fixed route without timetables, but instead departing when all seats are filled. They may stop anywhere to pick up or drop off their passengers. For example, "marshrutka" in Russia or "Sherut" in Israel.

Minibuses with fixed routes in many formerly Soviet countries.

See also:

  • - Long distance road transport also known as "coaches".