Transport and Communications

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Transport. Railroads (2002): route length (2005) 953 km; passenger-km 238,000,000; metric ton-km cargo 168,000,000. Roads (2003): total length 47,787 km (paved 18%).

Transport and Communications
Transport. Railroads (2002): route length (2005) 953 km; passenger-km 238,000,000; metric ton-km cargo 168,000,000. Roads (2003): total length 47,787 km (paved 18%). Vehicles (2002): passenger cars 463,000; trucks and buses 56,000. Air transport (2003; Ghana Airways only, which subsequently ceased operations in July 2004): passenger-km 906,000,000; metric ton-km cargo 16,630,000. Communications, in total units (units per 1,000 persons). Daily newspaper circulation (2005): 190,000 (8.7); televisions (2003): 1,114,000 (53); telephone landlines (2006): 356,000 (16); cellular telephone subscribers (2006): 5,207,000 (232); personal computers (2004): 112,000 (5.2); total Internet users (2006): 610,000 (27); broadband Internet subscribers (2006): 13,000 (0.6).

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