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Main Useful Means of Transport
Singapore has a well-developed and advanced transportation infrastructure.

The Port of Singapore is ranked second in the world in terms of container traffic. It is operated by Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore. It is also the world's busiest hub for trans-shipment traffic.

The main airport of Singapore (international Changi airport) is considered to be one of the best in the world. It is composed of four air terminals connected by monorail.

The road network consists of ten highways. The objective of the Land Transport Authority (LTA) (under the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology) is to promote ground transport for a better use of the city by developing public transport.

According to the latest data provided by the Statistics Department of Singapore, in 2019 the total sea cargo handled stood at 626,521.2 thousand tonnes, recording a 0.6% decrease compared to the previous year. In the same period, the container throughput stood at 37,195.6 thousand TEUs (+1.6% y-o-y), whereas air cargo stood at 2,014 thousand tonnes (-6.5% year-on-year).

Ports
Port of Singapore
Airports
Changi Airport
Seletar Airport
Sea Transport Organisations
Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore
Port of Singapore Authority
Air Transport Organisations
Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore
Road Transport Organisations
Land Transport Authority (LTA)
Public Transport Council (PTC)
Rail Transport Organisations
Land Transport Authority (LTA)

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