Transport in East Timor

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As a direct consequence of the country's poverty, transportation infrastructure and communications network, are generally poor. The general condition of roads is poor, and telephone and Internet usage and capabilities are still limited, especially in the countryside. The country has six airports, one of which has commercial and international flights. There are no railroads.[1]

Railways[edit]

0 km

Roadways[edit]

total

6,040 km

paved

2,600 km

unpaved

3,440 km (2005)

Waterways[edit]

NA

Pipelines[edit]

NA

Ports and harbors[edit]

Merchant marine[edit]

total

1

ships by type

passenger/cargo 1 (2010)

Airports[edit]

There are two airports in East Timor

The main airport in the country is Presidente Nicolau Lobato International Airport in Dili.

see List of airports in East Timor

Heliports[edit]

8 (2012)

References[edit]

  1. ^ from the CIA World Factbook 2006