|Saint Lucia – Sainte-Lucie|
|Road network length||984 km|
|Length of highway network||0 km|
|License plate code||WL|
Saint Lucia is an island nation in the eastern Caribbean, located in the Lesser Antilles. The country has 174,000 inhabitants and is the size of a few Dutch municipalities. See Saint Lucia population density. The capital is Castries.
According to ABBREVIATIONFINDER, Saint Lucia is located between Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and the French island of Martinique. To the southeast is Barbados. The island measures 45 kilometers from north to south and 20 kilometers from east to west. The capital Castries is located in the northwest, other larger towns are Charlotte, Corinth and Vieux Fort. The island is highly mountainous and forested. Mount Gimie is the highest point at 950 meters.
The country gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1979 and is a democratic country. The economy depends on tourism, banana exports and light industry. With an income of $10,800 per capita, Saint Lucia is relatively developed.
The road network of Saint Lucia is not very extensive due to the mountainous nature of the island. There is almost 1,000 kilometers of paved road, and you drive on the left. There are no highways in Saint Lucia. Most roads are winding and narrow, and lead along the coast. Since the coastal strip is not flat, few roads lead directly along the coast. There is a short 2×2 road from Castries to the northeast, but the other roads are single lane.
There is no road numbering in Saint Lucia.
Little is known about signage in Saint Lucia. Perhaps this is after British model.