Transport and infrastructure in the Bermudas

Our listing of the primary types of transport compares the infrastructure of the Bermudas with the average of all countries in America.

Airports in the Bermudas

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Road traffic

The network of roads and highways has a total length of 447 km. For each of the country's 63,867 inhabitants, this corresponds to 7.00 meters. This puts Bermuda in 77th place in the global ranking. However, it is also important to note that the country's population density is extremely high at around 1201 inhabitants per km². With so many people in such a relatively small area, longer driving distances are rare. In the Bermudas, left-hand traffic is the rule on the roads, i.e. you drive in the left lane and overtake on the right. Oncoming traffic comes to meet you on the right side. Here you can also find an overview of all countries with left-hand traffic.



 totalper 1 mio
per km²
Roadways400 km6,998.92 km8,402.26 m
Railroads0 km0.00 km0.00 m
Waterways0 km0.00 km0.00 m
Commercial harbors1472,301.662.763

North America

 total per 1 mio
per km²
Roadways7,629,500 km20,605.41 km347.07 m
Railroads371,500 km1,003.32 km16.90 m
Waterways41,600 km112.47 km1.89 m
Commercial harbors4,46112.050.000

Data sources used

Global Health Observatory Data Repository (World Health Organization)
Internation Union of Railways (UIC)
CIA Factbook
OECD Statistics
Wikipedia (german)
Bermuda: AirportsThe L.F. Wade International International Airport (BDA) in the BermudasL.F. Wade International Airport - the only public airport in the Bermudas
Bermuda: ClimateClimate details in the BermudasA climate analysis for the Bermudas incl. temperatures, humidity, rain days per month, hours of sunshine, water temperature, rainfalls
Ranking: MegacitiesMega cities - the biggest cities all over the worldRanking of the biggest cities worldwide. On top: Shanghai, Chongqing and Beijing