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Transportation in St Lucia


All of the island's towns, villages, and main residential areas were linked by 1,210 km of all-purpose roads in 2002, of which 63 km were paved. Motor vehicles numbered 12,157 in 1995, including 11,399 passenger cars and 758 commercial vehicles.

Direct flights to New York, Miami, Toronto, London, and Frankfurt operate out of Hewanorra International Airport, on the southern tip of the island at Vieux-Fort. The smaller Vigie Airport, located near Castries, is used for flights to and from neighboring Caribbean islands.

St Lucia has two important ports: Castries, in the north, with a cargo-handling capacity of 365,000 tons per year; and Vieux Fort, at the southern tip of the island, from which ferries link St Lucia with St Vincent & the Grenadines.


Airports : 2 (2010)
Airports - with paved runways : total: 2
2,438 to 3,047 m: 1
1,524 to 2,437 m: 1 (2010)
Roadways : total: 1,210 km
paved: 63 km
unpaved: 1,147 km (2002)
Ports and terminals : Castries, Vieux-Fort




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