Transport in Chile

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Transport in Chile is mostly by road. The south of the country is not connected to central Chile by road, except through Argentina, and water transport also plays a part there. The railways were historically important in Chile, but now play a relatively small part in the country's transport system. Because of the country's geography and long distances between major cities, aviation is also important.

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Road transport

Highways

  • total: 79,800 km
  • paved: 41,012 km
  • unpaved: 38,788 km (1996 est.)

Freeways

2,653 km

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