The Swiss transport infrastructure encompasses 84 675 km of road (2022), 5317 km of railway track (2020) plus 14 national and regional airports (2021). It is used by a wide variety of vehicles. In 2022, almost 6.4 million motor vehicles travelled on the roads, 4.7 million of which were cars.
At a glance
|Infrastructure and network length|
|Rail network length||5 317 km||2020|
|Road network length||84 675 km||2022|
| of which motorways
||1 544 km||2022|
|National and regional airports||14||2021|
|Tractive railway vehicles||3 426||2020|
|Stock of road motor vehicles (excl. mopeds)||6 368 104||2022p|
|Passenger cars||4 720 865||2022p|
|New registrations of passenger cars||242 263||2021|
|Private passenger vessels2||97 659||2022|
2) Motor, sailing, rowing boats etc.
p provisional data Sources: FSO – Public transport statistics (TP); FSO, FEDRO – New registrations of road vehicles (IVS), Stock of road vehicles (MFZ), Road length (STL); FSO, FOCA – Civil aviation statistics (AVIA_ZL); Swiss association of the registration offices – Number of vessels