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Ad Dammam, Ras Tanura, Saudi Arabia Airlines, Dhahran, Yanbu

Saudi Arabia has an expanding transportation network. In 1999 the country had 151,470 km (94,119 mi) of roads; there were 90 passenger vehicles in use for every 1,000 people. Saudi Arabia was served by some 1,392 km (865 mi) of operated railroad track, with the main line connecting Riyadh and Ad Dammam. The ports of Jiddah and Yanbu‘ al Ba?r are on the Red Sea, and Al Jubayl, Ad Dammam, and Ras Tanura are major oil-exporting ports on the Persian Gulf. Government-run Saudi Arabia Airlines provides domestic and international flights. Major airports are at Dhahran, Jiddah, and Riyadh.



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