Road and rail transport
The Ghan railroad is named after the Afghan camel trains that were the first pioneers into the Australian outback.
The Great North Road in Australia is 250 kilometres long and took 19th century convicts more than ten years to build.
Residents of Los Angeles spend, on average, four days a year stuck in traffic.
The Ferrocarril General Manuel Belgrano, the northern section of Argentina’s railway, stretches over 47,000 kilometres.
The oasis at Ha’il was an ancient stopping off point for traders and pilgrims' camel caravans on the Hajj to Mecca.
There are over 26 million cars across Los Angeles, averaging at 1.8 cars per person.