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The Conglomerado Corporativo of Prybourne

“ĦQue se rompan los martillos y se doblen las hoces!”

Category: Capitalizt
Civil Rights:
Superb
Economy:
Frightening
Political Freedoms:
Very Good

Regional Influence: Duckspeaker

Location: Anteria

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Transportation

Personal transportation is dominated by automobiles, which operate on a network of 13 million roads, including one of the world's longest highway systems. About 40% of personal vehicles are vans, SUVs, or light trucks. The average Prybourne adult (accounting for all drivers and non-drivers) spends 74 minutes driving every day, traveling 48 miles. Despite this, URW only has 7 auto companies nation-wide. Prybourne instead gets most of it's vehicles imported from abroad with the leading supplier being Arkorne.

Mass transit accounts for 9% of total Prybourne work trips. While transport of goods by rail is extensive, relatively few people use rail to travel, though ridership on RoTram, the national intercity passenger rail system, grew by almost 37% between 2000 and 2010. Also, light rail development has increased in recent years. Bicycle usage for work commutes is minimal.

The civil airline industry is entirely privately owned and has been largely deregulated since 1934 while most major airports are publicly owned. The three largest airlines in the world by passengers carried are Prybourne-based; Prybourne Air is number one after its 2013 acquisition of Prybourne Airways. Of the world's 30 busiest passenger airports, 14 are in Prybourne.

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