Argentina's highway system is well developed, and paved roads reach all corners of the country. There are nearly 640,000 kilometers of highways and roads (with many privatized roads as well). Multi lane highways now connect several main cities and more are now under construction. The railway network was one of the largest in the world, at over 40,000 kilometers of tracks. After decades of decaying service and lack of maintenance, most passenger services shut down in 1992 when the rail company was privatized, and thousands of kilometers of track are now in disrepair.
The country has around 3,000 kilometers of waterways, most significant among these the Río de la Plata, Paraná, Uruguay, and Paraguay rivers.|