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Transport and infrastructure in Australia

Our listing of the primary kinds of transport compares the infrastructure of Australia with the average of all countries in the Australian continent. The net of streets and highways has a total length of 873,573 km. Theoretically, this is 34.01 meter for each of the 25.69 millions inhabitants of the country. Australia hereby ranks 15th in a worldwide comparison.

With a length of 1.30 meters of railway tracks per person Australia come 5th worldwide.

The given waterways are refered to inland traffic on rivers and canals. The number of harbours additionally includes the ones on the 25,760 km long coastline.

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Australia (Country)

 totalper 1 mio
inhabitants
per km2
Roadways873,600 km34,008.32 km112.85 m
Railroads33,300 km1,298.05 km4.31 m
Waterways2,000 km77.86 km0.26 m
Commercial harbors58122.620.000
Airports41816.270.054
 

Australia (Continent)

 total per 1 mio
inhabitants
per km2
Roadways967,800 km31,447.18 km120.84 m
Railroads37,500 km1,218.13 km4.68 m
Waterways2,000 km64.99 km0.25 m
Commercial harbors69522.580.000
Airports54417.680.000
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