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Public transport is the main means of transportation in Swaziland. Car ownership is low, at 32 cars per 1,000 people. The National Road Network has 1500km of main roads and 2270km of district roads.
301 km (2002), 297 km; note - includes 71 km which are not in use (1997 est.)
301 km (2002), 297 km gauge (1997 est.)
Rail links to adjacent countries
- Railways :total:3,123 kmnarrow gauge:2,983 km of gauge;narrow gauge:140 km of gauge * The railways do not all interconnect.- Standards :* Coupler: CBC* Brakes: Air- Railway links to adjacent countries :...
yes - same gauge South Africa
-Roads:Approximately ten thousand people die on roads in South Africa yearly.The national speed limit is between 40 or 80 km/h in residential areas and 120 km/h on national roads/freeways/motorways....
yes - same gauge
An airport is a location where aircraft such as fixed-wing aircraft, helicopters, and blimps take off and land. Aircraft may be stored or maintained at an airport...
The country's main airport is Matsapha Airport
Matsapha Airport is an airport located near Manzini, a city in Manzini District of Swaziland.In 2011 it will be replaced by Sikhuphe International Airport and will be taken over by the army. The handover had been expected in 2010 but construction of the new airport has been delayed.-Facilities:The...
, near Manzini, which has a 2600m runway. In 2011 it is expected to be replaced by Sikhuphe International Airport
Sikhuphe International Airport is due to open in 2011 in Swaziland. It will replace Matsapha Airport, which serves largely as a charter airport for small regional carriers such as SA Airlink. It will be able to handle up to 300,000 passengers per year....
, which is under construction further to the east, with a 3600m runway.
Other airports - with unpaved runways
914 to 1,523 m:
under 914 m:
10 (old estimate)