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Main Useful Means of Transport
Peru has 69,941 km of roads, 10% of which are tarmac. The main roads are along the coast over 2,800 km, and the Inca Trail, which links Lima to the interior of the country. Considerable projects to improve the road network are underway. The railway network covers 1,876 km, 1,576 km of which have a 1,435 m gauge and 300 km have a 0.914 m gauge. The state of the network is poor.
The port of Lima (Callao) is the biggest port in Peru. Peru has 8,600 km of waterways (tributaries of the Amazon and 300 km on Lake Titicaca).
Air transport is often the only means to reach jungle areas inaccessible by road or the fastest way to reach some Andean populations. Secondary airports are those of Cuzco, Tacna, Arequipa, Iquitos, Ayacucho, Chiclao, Piura and Trujillo. Small airline companies offer regular flights between the country's cities. In 1994, 54 million tons of goods were transported by air.
Port of Callao
Port of Chimbote
Jorge Chavez International airport in Lima
Crnl. FAP Francisco Secada Vigneta International airport , Iquitos
Cap. FAP Carlos Martinez de Pinillos International airport , Trujillo
 Inca Manco Capac International airport, San Carlos de Puno
Padre Jose de Adalmiz International airport, Puerto Maldonado
Alejandro Velasco Astete International airport, Cuzco
Crnl. FAP. Carlos Ciriani Santa Rosa International airport, San Pedro de Tacna
Sea Transport Organisations
Peruvian harbor authority
Air Transport Organisations
Ministry of Transport and Communications
Road Transport Organisations
Ministry of Transport and Communications
Organismo superviso de la inversion en infraestructura de transporte de uso publico
Rail Transport Organisations
Ministry of Transport and Communications

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