Transport in Syria

Transport in Syria

Transport - Transport in Syria
Transport - Transport in Syria
Transport in Syria
Roads - The road network in the Syria is 69,873 km long. Includes 1,103 km of expressways. The country have 900 km of navigable but not economically significant Waterways.
Airports in Syria - Syria has 4 international airports in Damascus, Aleppo, Lattakia and Kamishly
Airports serve as local hubs for Syrian Air and are also served and have conections with foreign and international carriers.
Cargo - The majority of Syrian cargo is carried by Chemins de Fer Syriens (the Syrian railway company), which links up with Turkish State Railways (the Turkish counterpart).
Trains - Syria's railway infrastructure has express services and modern trains.
Transportation: Al-Hejaz Station
Traffic in Damascus
The main airport is Damascus International Airport. Located approximately 20 kilometres (12 mi) away from the city. The airport has connections to many Asian, European, African, and recently, South American cities.
Speed Limits - Streets in Damascus are often narrow, especially in the older parts of the city, and speed bumps are widely used to limit the speed of vehicles.
Minibuses - are the main Public transport in Damascus . There are about one hundred lines in the city and some to nearby suburbs. There is no schedule - No official bus stops, buses will usually stop wherever a passenger needs to get on or off. Lines are not numbered
Trains are served by Chemins de Fer Syriens - railway stations of Damascus - al-Hejaz railway station, about 1 km (0.62 mi) west of the old city is not working anymore. The main railway station in Damacus is the Kadam station in the south of the city
Metro - In 2008, the government announced a plan to construct a Damascus Metro green line for 2015 serving Moadamiyeh, Sumariyeh, Mezzeh, Damascus University, Hijaz, the Old City, Abbassiyeen and Qaboun Pullman bus station. A four-line metro network is expected be in operation by 2050.
Transport 2018