This is what travelling around Cairo will soon look like.
Uber announcing the launch of their new bus-booking service on Tuesday (December 5) - set to be the cheapest of Uber's services in the city.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) UBER EGYPT GENERAL MANAGER, ABDELLATIF WAKED, SAYING:
"So we are extremely excited to be here today. So launching Uber Bus out of Cairo is the first actually Uber Bus service to launch globally. So we had the CEO today launching the service, which is super exciting.''
Egypt is home to more than 5 million Uber users, making it one of the biggest markets for the company.
It's also one of Uber's top 10 countries globally in terms of trip numbers.
But some riders in the Middle East struggle to book through the app - prompting Uber to launch a new one to cater for passengers with basic phones and little connectivity.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF UBER, DARA KHOSROWSHAHI, SAYING:
"Second, I'm excited to be announcing the rollout of Uber Lite across the region."
Uber's announcement came just one day after their Middle East rival Careem also launched a bus-booking service in Egypt.
Last month Reuters reported that Careem had been working with investment bank Jefferies on investment options and fundraising, including a potential deal with Uber.