Detailed hi-res maps of Goteborg for download or print
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Moving around in Sweden - transportation
Sweden is the most visited country in Scandinavia, which is why the country’s transport infrastructure is very good. The country has many roads and highways with high-quality coverage. The problem of traffic jams during the rush hours in many major cities is dealt with by local authorities constantly expanding interchanges. At the moment, the length of the motorways is 600,000 kilometers. There is a good network of public transportation in cities. Other than buses, there are also trams and trolleybuses in large cities. Tickets can be purchased at newspaper kiosks, or directly from drivers upon boarding. The fare is quite affordable, and children under the age of three can ride for free. The bus network has more than 450 routes, so you can easily reach anywhere in the Kingdom. It is also worth mentioning, that buses run strictly according to a schedule. In Stockholm operates a metro too, which has four branches.
Economy roadmap of Sweden
About one third of all the energy needs of the Kingdom come from importation, including oil and gas. The main sources of domestic energy are hydropower resources, timber, and nuclear energy. It is worth noting that Sweden continues to increase the rate of withdrawal from imported energy through the development of nuclear and hydropower. This is why, to date, nuclear power constitutes about 50% of the country’s energy consumption. Despite the fact that throughout the European Union there is a negative attitude towards nuclear energy and a great fear of ecological damage caused by nuclear energy production, the Swedes do not agree with this opinion and continue to develop new reactors.