Find Transport expertise in Antigua and Barbuda
The island state of Antigua and Barbuda relies on a variety of means of transportation. About 1,170 km of roads, 33% of which are paved, and a 77 km long narrow-gauge rail network serve the citizens of the Caribbean nation. Rail and road infrastructure is of special importance to goods traffic and public transportation. Antigua and Barbuda’s main sea port for industry and tourism is St. John’s deep water harbour, a major transportation hub for the Caribbean. Air traffic is mostly covered by VC Bird International Airport, which is located 8 km outside of the capital St. John’s, while an additional light aviation airstrip is available at Codrington, Barbuda. Leeward Islands Air Transport (LIAT) is a successful Antigua and Barbudan airline.
|Transport Infrastructure organisations in Antigua and Barbuda|
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