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Transportation in the Vatican City

Railway: 862 m standard gauge (1.435 m); connects to Italy's network at Rome's Saint Peter's station.

Highways: none; all city streets

Ports and harbors: none

Airports: none

Heliports: 1 (1999 est.)

Transportation services for the Pope and his staff are provided by Italian Air Force and Italian State Police.

See also : Vatican City

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