MAJOR COMMERCIAL CITIES: Birkirkara , Qormi, Mosta, Żabbar , San Pawl il-Baħar
MAJOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS: Malta International Airport
MAJOR SEAPORTS: Grand Harbour, Marsamxett Harbour, Marsaxlokk Harbour
RAIL AND ROADWAYS: During the world war 2 the only Maltan railway was destroyed and was rebuilt to function as road way. also has 2,254 kilometres (1,401 miles) of road, 1,972 km (1,225 mi) (87.5 per cent) of which are paved and 282 km (175 mi) were unpaved (as of December 2003). The main roads of Malta from the southernmost point to the northernmost point are these: Triq Birżebbuġa in Birżebbuġa, Għar Dalam Road and Tal-Barrani Road in Żejtun, Santa Luċija Avenue in Paola, Aldo Moro Street (Trunk Road), 13 December Street and Ħamrun-Marsa Bypass in Marsa, Regional Road in Santa Venera/Msida/Gżira/San Ġwann, St Andrew's Road in Swieqi/Pembroke, Malta, Coast Road in Baħar iċ-Ċagħaq, Salina Road, Kennedy Drive, St. Paul's Bypass and Xemxija Hill in San Pawl il-Baħar, Mistra Hill, Wettinger Street (Mellieħa Bypass) and Marfa Road in Mellieħa.
EXPORT GOODS: The top exports of Malta are Integrated Circuits ($662M), Refined Petroleum($640M), Packaged Medicaments ($387M), Models and Stuffed Animals ($206M), and Postage Stamps ($187M)
EXPORT PARTNERS: exporting mostly to Germany ($586M), France ($431M), Italy($402M), Japan ($210M), and Singapore ($207M).
IMPORT GOODS: The top imports of Malta are Refined Petroleum ($5.48B), Recreational Boats($1.5B), Passenger and Cargo Ships ($1.16B), Planes, Helicopters, and/or Spacecraft($864M), and Coal Tar Oil ($384M)
IMPORT PARTNERS: importing mostly from Russia ($3.38B), Italy ($1.77B), United Kingdom ($1.65B), Germany ($907M), and Turkey ($820M)