Transport in the Cayman Islands

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Railways: 0 miles (0 km)


paved: 488 miles (785 km) (As of 2000)

Ports and harbors: Cayman Brac, George Town

Merchant marine:
total: 123 ships (1,000 GRT or over) totaling 2,402,058 GRT/3,792,094 tonnes deadweight (DWT)
ships by type: bulk 22, cargo 5, chemical tanker 31, container 2, liquefied gas 1, petroleum tanker 21, refrigerated cargo 35, roll on/roll off 5, specialized tanker 1
note: some foreign ships register in the Cayman Islands as a flag of convenience; includes ships from 11 countries among which are: Greece 15, US 5, UK 5, Cyprus 2, Denmark 2, Norway 3 (2002 est.)

Airports: 3 (2002)

Airports - with paved runways:
total: 2
5,000 to 8,000 feet (1,524 to 2,437 m): 2 (2002)

Airports - with unpaved runways:
total: 1
3,000 to 4,996 feet (914 to 1,523 m): 1 (2002)

Buses in the Cayman Islands[edit]

A fleet of Share taxi minibuses serve Grand Cayman.[1]

The daily service starts at 6AM from the depot and the schedule is as follows from George Town to:[2]

    • West Bay - every 15 minutes, Su-Th 6AM-11PM; F,Sa 6AM-12AM. CI$1.50 each way.
    • Bodden Town - Every 30 minutes, Su-Th 6AM-11PM; F,Sa 6AM-12AM. CI$1.50 each way.
    • East End and North Side - Every hour, Daily 6AM-9PM, (F until after 12AM). CI$2 each way.
  • The system uses color-coded logos on the front and rear of buses (white mini-vans) to identify routes:
Bus routes traveling through George Town
Line Route
Route 1
George Town to West Bay.
Route 2
George Town to West Bay.
Route 3
service between the depot in George Town and Bodden Town
Route 4
service between the depot and East End.
Route 5
service between North Side and East End.
Route 6
service between North Side and West Bay.
Route 7
George Town inter district service.
Route 8
service between the depot to Hutland in North Side.
Route 9
service between George Town through Frank Sound North Side.

See also[edit]