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Transport in Kosovo

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Transport in Kosovo

A passenger train in Kosovo.

Transport in Kosovo is complicated by political issues relating to international recognition. The Republic of Kosovo declared independence in 2008 from Serbia. It currently has 110 diplomatic recognitions, of which 108 are members of the United Nations. Transport links to the north are fractured (especially rail transport) as Serbia does not recognise Kosovo's independence. Kosovo is recognised as sovereign by all other countries with which it shares a border.


  • Roads 1
  • Rail 2
  • Airports 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5


R7 Motorway between Kosovo and Albania
  • Total: 1,926 km
  • Country comparison to the world: 175
  • Paved: 1,668 km
  • Unpaved: 258 km

As of 2015, Kosovo has 2 motorways (1 is under construction)


Train station in Peja
  • Total: 430 km
  • Country comparison to the world: 115
  • Standard gauge: 430 km 1.435-m gauge


Pristina International Airport

Airports: 10

  • Airports with paved runways: 4
    • 2,438 to 3,047 m: 1
    • 1,524 to 2,437 m: 1
    • Under 914 m: 2
  • Airports with unpaved runways: 4
    • Under 914 m: 4
  • Heliports: 2

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