MAJOR COMMERCIAL CITIES: Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim, Stavanger
MAJOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS: Ålesund Airport, Vigra, Bergen Airport, Flesland, Bodø Airport, Kristiansand Airport, Kjevik, Oslo Airport, Gardermoen, Sandefjord Airport, Torp, Stavanger Airport, Sola, Tromsø Airport, Trondheim Airport, Værnes
MAJOR SEAPORTS: Port of Trosmo, Port of Narvik, Port of Bodo, Port of Bergen, Port of Haugesund, Port of Stavanger, Port of Oslo, Port of Dramen, Port of Borg
RAIL AND ROADWAYS: Norway has a road network of 92,946 kilometres (57,754 mi), of which 72,033 kilometres (44,759 mi) are paved and 664 kilometres (413 mi) are motorway. There are four tiers of road routes; national, county, municipal and private, with national and primary county roads numbered en route. The main railway network consists of 4,114 kilometres (2,556 mi) of standard gauge lines, of which 242 kilometres (150 mi) is double track and 64 kilometres (40 mi) high-speed rail (210 km/h) while 62% is electrified at 15 kV 16.7 Hz AC. The railways transported 56,827,000 passengers 2,956 million passenger kilometers and 24,783,000 tonnes of cargo 3,414 million tonne kilometers.
EXPORT GOODS: The top exports of Norway are Crude Petroleum ($29.6B), Petroleum Gas ($23B), Non-fillet Fresh Fish ($6.82B), Refined Petroleum ($6.11B), and Raw Aluminium ($2.93B),
EXPORT PARTNERS: exporting mostly to United Kingdom ($20B), Germany ($15.5B), Netherlands ($11.1B), Sweden ($10.1B), and France ($6.58B)
IMPORT GOODS: The top imports of Norway are Cars ($5.5B), Refined Petroleum ($2.76B), Broadcasting Equipment ($1.81B), Petroleum Gas ($1.72B), and Crude Petroleum ($1.64B),
IMPORT PARTNERS: importing mostly from Sweden ($14.8B), Germany ($10.3B), China ($6.73B), Denmark($5.8B), and United States ($5.3B)