Armenia Table of Contents
Highways: In 1991 about 11,300 kilometers of road, of which 10,500 had hard-surface.
Railroads: In 1992 total mainline track about 825 kilometers, none of which standard gauge. International lines to Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iran, and Turkey. Domestic lines run by Armenia Railways. Service disrupted in early 1990s.
Civil Aviation: Ten usable airports, six with hardsurface runways. Zvartnots Airport, near Erevan, only airport accommodating large jets. State Airlines Company of Armenia national airline.
Inland Waterways: None.
Pipelines: Natural gas pipeline 900 kilometers in 1991; service disrupted in early 1990s.
Telecommunications: Direct-dial telephone system with 200 circuits and international service in 1991. Radio and television controlled by State Committee for Television and Radio Broadcasting. Armenian and Russian television broadcasts available to 100 percent of population via International Telecommunications Satellite Organization (Intelsat) satellite. Thirteen radio stations broadcast domestically in Armenian, Kurdish, and Russian.
Data as of March 1994