Taxis for the bus and train stations stop on the north side of Saduqi (Tehran) St directly west of Azadi Sq. Finding a shared ride can take a while as most people are happy enough to pay IR50,000 to go dar bast. Fro…
Savari office with shared service to Sirjan (front/back seat IR140,000/120,000, 1½ hours) and Anar (IR140,000/120,000, 1½ hours) plus dar bast cars for Rafsanjan (IR1,000,000) and Kerman (IR2,000,000). Their office …
Buses to Mashhad (IR90,000, 5½ hours) depart at 7am, 9.30am, 2.30pm, 10.30pm and 11pm from a small, relatively central terminal 400m southwest of the mehmanpazir.
Shared taxis heading towards Shohada via the bazaar area stop, somewhat furtively, to fill up with passengers on Azadi Square's southern arc. (This only works eastbound due to the one-way system.)
A few cars for Shahdad (front/back seat IR120,000/100,000) wait on a small patch of waste ground behind the Torse'e Ta'avoni Bank building near a junction that's widely known as Chahara Imam.
Buses from Boshrooyeh to Tehran (3.30pm), Birjand (5.30am) and Mashhad (11pm) start from this small office on the lane that leads down to Boshrooyeh's neglected little mud-walled castle.
Savaris to Birjand (IR90,000, 1¼ hours) start from a point on the ring road known as Kafe Suzani, almost directly behind the bus terminal yard (but accessible from there only on foot).
The train station is 8km southwest of town. Shuttle taxis (IR20,000) leave occasionally from Azadi Sq but most people simply go dar bast (private hire; IR80,000).
Savaris to Kerman (front/back seat IR120,000/100,000) start from this office just off the main street, 300m east of Shahdad's central roundabout, 1.8km from Pasdaran Sq.
You might find fellow passengers to share a ride to the bus terminal on Saduqi St (west of Azadi Sq), but most just cough up the IR80,000 to go dar bast.