Transport in Eritrea

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This article summarizes characteristics of a number of forms of transport in the coastal African nation of Eritrea.

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Railways

As of 1999, there was a total of 317 kilometres of 950 mm (3 ft 1 38 in) (narrow gauge) rail line in Eritrea. The railway links Agordat and Asmara with the port of Massawa; however, it was nonoperational since 1978 except for about a 5 kilometre stretch that was reopened in Massawa in 1994. Rehabilitation of the remainder and of the rolling stock has occurred in recent years. By 2003 the line had been restored from Massawa all the way through to Asmara.

Railway links with adjacent countries

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