Transportation in American Samoa

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American Samoa Route Marker — Main Road.
The current territorial license plate design, introduced in 1999.

American Samoa has a total of 241 km of highways (estimated in 2008).[1] Ports and harbors include Aunu‘u, Auasi, Faleāsao, Ofu and Pago Pago.[1] American Samoa has no railways.[1] The territory has three airports, all of which have paved runways. The main airport is Pago Pago International Airport.[1] According to a 1999 estimate, the territory has no merchant marine.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c d e "American Samoa." CIA - The World Factbook. Accessed June 2011.