Strengthening the current transportation network only leads to an increase in the number of cars, resulting in large losses in terms of time spent on daily trips, traffic accidents, environmental damage and high costs on the economy due to imports of cars and fuel. Currently, public transportation is primitive and unorganized, lacks a clear timetable and route, and significantly contributes to creating traffic jams and accidents. Short-term and long-term work plans need to be defined. On the short-term, the redistribution of income and costs needs to be determined, in addition to increasing transportation between different poles (direct axis between Tripoli, Beirut, Nabatiyeh and between Beirut, Zahle and Baalbek), and reducing it within each pole (e.g. within Beirut). A public transportation network will be established on dedicated lanes within the boundaries of Tabarja, Beit Mery, Doha, Aramoun and Damour, and highways will be restored to their functions and capacity, away from building and commercial shops. Cost of transportation on the economy will also be reduced through pivotal changes to means of transportation.