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Transport in East Timor

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In East Timor, transportation is reduced due to the nation's poverty, poor transportation infrastructure, and sparse communications networks. There are no railways in the country. The general condition of the roads is inadequate, and telephone and Internet capabilities are limited outside the cities. The country has six airports, one of which has commercial and international flights. Railways East Timor has no railways. However, a master plan for a long electrified double-track railway was proposed in 2012, with a central line from Bobonaro to Lospalos, a western corridor from Dili to Betano and an eastern corridor from Baucau to Uatolari. Roadways Overview East Timor has a road network of , of which about of roads are paved, and about are unpaved. The road network is made up of national roads linking municipal capitals (~), municipal roads linking municipal capitals to towns and villages (~), urban roads within urban areas (~) and rural roads within
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