This category is for websites about information and organizations related to transportation in the area. Topics include airlines, airports, buses, car rentals, taxis, limousines, shuttles, mass transit, railroads, roads, highways, and traffic reports.
Also for information on the ways available to move people and goods to, from, and within this locality.
Bermuda's only airport. Passenger and flight information including immigration and customs procedures, schedules of arrival and departures, flight tracker and details of airport facilities.
History of the railway that served Bermuda from 1931 to 1948. Includes operational details, prominent figures in its development, route maps, questions and answers, a glossary and further resources.
Government department responsible for establishing and administering aviation regulations, procedures and standards. Contains organization chart, aircraft register, publications and contact information.
Government department responsible for the administration of the Bermuda Shipping Register and for the implementation of legislation on shipping safety and pollution prevention. Includes the history of the Department, procedures for registering a vessel, legislation and general information about Bermuda.
Scooter, moped and cycle rental shop presents company information, testimonials and reservations.
Essential information for ships and yachts visiting Bermuda. Contains broadcast frequencies and schedule, a log of marine incidents, navigation warnings and safety and sailing advice.
Moped and scooter rentals for excursions and sightseeing around Bermuda. Contains rates, locations, riding tips, highway information and online reservation form.
Listing of scheduled times for Bermuda's buses, plus route and fare information.
Bermuda's oldest scooter rental shop. Contains rates, locations and road safety advice.
Government department responsible for vehicle licensing and driving licenses. Contains general information, license application procedures, guides to importing and registering vehicles, forms and publications, and fee schedules.
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