Cet article présente la situation des infrastructures de transport en République de Moldavie.

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  • Cet article présente la situation des infrastructures de transport en République de Moldavie.
  • Questa voce raccoglie le principali tipologie di Trasporti in Moldavia.
  • In 1995, the main means of transportation in Moldova were railroads (1,138 km or 707 mi) and a highway system (12,730 km or 7,910 mi overall, including 10,973 km or 6,818 mi of paved surfaces). The major railroad junctions are Chişinău, Bender, Ungheni, Ocniţa (Oknitsa, in Russian), Bălţi, and Basarabeasca (Bessarabka, in Russian). Primary external rail links connect the republic's network with Odessa (in Ukraine) on the Black Sea and with the Romanian cities of Iaşi and Galaţi; they also lead northward into Ukraine. Highways link Moldova's main cities and provide the chief means of transportation within the country, but roads are in poor repair, and gasoline shortages make interurban motor transportation difficult. The country's major airport is in Chişinău.Shipping is possible on the lower Prut and Nistru rivers, but water transportation plays only a modest role in the country's transportation system. In 1990 a total of 317 million tonkilometers of freight were carried on inland waterways as compared with 15,007 million ton-kilometers on railroads and 1,673 million ton-kilometers on roads.The movement of manufactured goods and of passengers on all means of transportation started to decline in 1989. From 1993 to 1994, for example, the total amount of transported goods fell by 31 percent, passenger traffic decreased by 28 percent, and the number of passengers declined by 24 percent. The main causes for these declines are the high cost of transportation, a lack of fuels, and the poor state of Moldova's transportation infrastructure: approximately 20 percent of Moldova's roads are considered in a critical technical state. For transportation in the Soviet Union, see Transport in the Soviet Union.
  • Транспорт является важнейшей отраслью экономики Молдавии, которая обеспечивает производственные связи, обмен продукцией между различными районами страны и её внешней торговлей.
  • Het wegennet in Moldavië bestaat uit enkele verharde en veel onverharde wegen. De hoofdweg M1 tussen de hoofdstad Chisinau en de Roemeense grens is als een van de weinige wegen geasfalteerd. Veel andere wegen zijn in slechte toestand.
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  • Cet article présente la situation des infrastructures de transport en République de Moldavie.
  • Questa voce raccoglie le principali tipologie di Trasporti in Moldavia.
  • Транспорт является важнейшей отраслью экономики Молдавии, которая обеспечивает производственные связи, обмен продукцией между различными районами страны и её внешней торговлей.
  • Het wegennet in Moldavië bestaat uit enkele verharde en veel onverharde wegen. De hoofdweg M1 tussen de hoofdstad Chisinau en de Roemeense grens is als een van de weinige wegen geasfalteerd. Veel andere wegen zijn in slechte toestand.
  • In 1995, the main means of transportation in Moldova were railroads (1,138 km or 707 mi) and a highway system (12,730 km or 7,910 mi overall, including 10,973 km or 6,818 mi of paved surfaces). The major railroad junctions are Chişinău, Bender, Ungheni, Ocniţa (Oknitsa, in Russian), Bălţi, and Basarabeasca (Bessarabka, in Russian).
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  • Transport en République de Moldavie
  • Transport in Moldova
  • Trasporti in Moldavia
  • Wegen in Moldavië
  • Транспорт в Молдавии
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