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Grenada Transportations


In 2002, Grenada's road system of 1,040 km included 638 km of paved roads. The country's major port is St George's.

There is one industrial railway, used by a rum distillery.

Grenada has several ports of entry including seaports, bays and harbours. However, it doesn't have a merchant marine fleet.

A new international airport, Point Salines, built largely with Cuban assistance, and scheduled for completion in 1984, was repeatedly cited by the US as posing a possible military threat to the Caribbean region. After the US-led invasion in 1983, the airport was completed with funding mainly from the US. Airline flights began in October 1984, and in 2001, the airport served 322,000 arriving and departing passengers. In 2001 there were three airports, all of which had paved runways. The smaller airports are at Pearls and on Carriacou.


Airports :
3 (2010)

Airports - with paved runways :
total: 3
2,438 to 3,047 m: 1
1,524 to 2,437 m: 1
under 914 m: 1 (2010)

Roadways :
total: 1,127 km
paved: 687 km
unpaved: 440 km (2000)

Ports and terminals :
St George's





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