Find Transport expertise in Mauritius

Mauritius is approximately 1,865 sq km in size and the primary mode of transport is via road. There is a road network of about 2,020km in Mauritius, almost half of which are main roads, about 30% are secondary roads and less than 5% are motorways (2007). Mauritius has a fully modern airport, Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport, located in Plaisance, about 50km away from the capital, Port Louis; Air Mauritius is the main carrier. An airstrip at Plaine Corail on Rodrigues island runs a daily service to Mauritius. Port Louis maintains a deep-sea harbour; it is the main harbour and the only commercial port. Port facilities include a container terminal and terminals for the bulk handling of goods such as sugar, oil, wheat and cement. Mauritius functions as a freeport and therefore provides exemption of duties on goods imported into the free zone and access to local market and banking services.

Transport Infrastructure organisations in Mauritius
Air Mauritius
Mauritius Ports Authority (MPA)
Mauritius Shipping Corporation Ltd
Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport