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Transportation in Tibet

Before the Chinese takeover, there weren't any formal roadways in Tibet.  Now Xinjiang and Qinghai in the north are connected by highways as well as Sichuan to the east and Nepal and India to the south.  There aren't any railroads in Tibets, but there are two commercial airports.  Lhasa is home to the most important airport, especially since tourism has increased since the 1980's. 

 

 


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