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Colombia Carreteras Vias Transportes

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Map of transportation routes and roads of Colombia. In this map you can see the main roads and secondary roads of the country. In addition, you can see the rail network of Colombia. The map also represents the country's borders with the sea and bordering countries. Finally, you can see the major cities differentiated hierarchically by population.

Colombia Carreteras Vias Transportes

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Colombia has a network of national highways maintained by the Instituto Nacional de Vías or INVIAS (National Institute of Roadways) government agency under the Ministry of Transport. The Pan-American Highway travels through Colombia, connecting the country with Venezuela to the east and Ecuador to the south. Colombia has 3,034 kilometers (1,885 miles) of rail lines, 150 kilometers (93 miles) of which are 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) gauge and 3,154 kilometers (1,960 miles) of which are 914 mm (3 ft) gauge. However, only 2,611 kilometers (1,622 miles) of lines are still in use. Rail transport in Colombia remains underdeveloped.