Linked to its neighboring provinces up to Metro Manila by the Maharlika National Road (Philippine-Japanese Friendship Highway)

  • National Roads – 632.8 kilometers
  • Provincial Roads – 527.837 kilometers

Tuguegarao Domestic Airport

  • Tuguegarao Domestic Airport with a runway of 2.1 kms. and 30 meters wide; 2.5 kms. of Tuguegarao city proper; can accommodate 737 Boeing aircraft

Two major ports – classified as National Port of Entry

  • Port Irene in Santa Ana which is being managed by the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA)
  • Port of Aparri

Municipal Ports

  • Port of Abulug
  • Port of Claveria
  • Port of San Vicente in Sta. Ana

Irrigation Systems

  • National Irrigation System (NIS) - 11
  • Communal Irrigation System(CIS) - 1,489

Power Distribution Facilities

  • 1 unit 40 MVA for CAGELCO I
  • 1 unit 50 MVA for CAGELCO II
  • 1 unit 5 MVA for CEZA

Cellular Mobile Communication Services

  • Globe (available in all municipalities)
  • SMART (available in all municipalities)
  • Sun Cellular

Landline Telecommunication Services

  • Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT)
  • DIGITEL
  • Telecommunication Technologies of the Philippines

Television Networks, CATV and Radio Stations

  • GMA TV relay stations
  • ABS- CBN relay stations
  • CATVs – 27
  • FM Radio – 7
  • AM Radio – 5
Schools
Colleges 22
Private Universities
  1. Saint Paul University
  2. University of Saint Louis of Tuguegarao
  3. University of Cagayan Valley
3
State University 7 campuses (Cagayan State University)
Technical Vocational 26
Public Secondary 252
Private Secondary 99
Health Facilities
10-bed Hospitals 7
25-bed Hospitals 5
50-bed Hospitals 2
Private Hospitals 13
Tertiary Hospital Cagayan Valley Medical Center (CVMC) with 300-bed capacity