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Trinidad and Tobago has over 8,000km of roads, at least half of which are paved. Port of Spain and Point Lisas are the country’s major ports. The deep-water port at Port Lisas serves the petrochemical industry. The Public Transport Service Corporation is the sole operator of the country’s commercial bus service, and the National Infrastructure Development Company Ltd (NIDCO) plays a crucial role in the development of the country’s transport infrastructure. Its future projects include two high-speed railway lines, the first linking the capital, Port of Spain, to San Fernando in the south, and the second linking Port of Spain with Sangre Grande in the east. Piarco International Airport, 25km east of Port of Spain, and Crown Point International Airport, 11 km from the capital of Tobago, Scarborough, are the major airports. NIDCO launched a water taxi service in December 2008, linking Port of Spain and San Fernando.