- Transport in the British Virgin Islands
The systems of transport in the British Virgin Islands include: 113
kilometres of highway, three airports, and a harbourat Road Town. The British Virgin Islandsdo not possess a merchant marine, or any railways.
Of the three airports, two have
runways of a length between 914 and 1,523 metres, one with the runways paved, the other without. The remaining airport has paved runways that are less than 914 m in length.
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