Trinidad and Tobago is accessible from many major cities throughout the world. The Piarco International Airport, with its 16-gate terminal, is a vital hub for international air traffic in the region. Many airlines also fly into the Arthur N R Robinson Airport in Tobago, which links to Piarco via a bi-hourly air service.
A daily water-taxi service links commuters from the south of Trinidad to the northern capital city of Port-of-Spain. Additionally, a daily ferry service links Tobago’s capital city, Scarborough, with Trinidad's capital Port-of-Spain.
Trinidad’s two developed industrial ports serve as major transshipment hubs between the Americas. Located in Port-of-Spain and Point Lisas, they handle dry and general cargo, industrial bulk and containers.
Trinidad and Tobago has an extensive network of paved roads and major highways traverse both islands.