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Main Useful Means of Transport
By rail: Pakistan Railways provides an important mode of transportation to the farthest corners of the country, catering to the large-scale movement of both freight and people. The railway network in Pakistan extends over 12,634 km.

By Road: The road transport network in Pakistan is relatively outdated (built before 1947 during the British Raj), although new motorways are now being constructed. However it is relatively easy to transport goods by road from one place to another within the country.

By sea: The port of Karachi is the most important and the busiest port in the country. It is administered by Karachi Port Trust (KPT). Other ports include ports of Qasima and that of Gwadar. The Pakistani ports have a strategic location in connecting Central Asian countries and the Gulf countries.

By air: Only those foreign air transport companies which have signed an agreement with Pakistani authorities are authorized to work with or in Pakistan. The Pakistani airports belong to the public sector. The airports of Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad have considerable international activity.

Ports
The Port of Karachi
Port Mohammad Bin Qasim
Port of Gwadar
Airports
International Airport of Karachi
International Airport of Islamabad
International Airport of Lahore
International Airport of Quetta
International Airport of Peshawar
International Airport of Multan
International Airport of Faisalabad
International Airport of Gwadar
Sea Transport Organisations
Ministry of Maritime Affairs
Air Transport Organisations
Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority
Road Transport Organisations
National Highway Authority of Pakistan
Rail Transport Organisations
Ministry of Railways

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