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The Inca road system (often spelled Inka road system and known as Qhapaq Ñan meaning "royal road" in Quechua) was the most extensive and advanced transportation system in pre-Columbian South America.What did the Incas do for transportation?
The Incas built one of the an- cient world's best transportation sys- tems. They built roads and bridges to keep the empire together. The trans- portation system allowed them to have fast communication between villages and cities.How did the Inca communicate with each other?
The Incan communication system was based on chains of runners to relay messages. Most messages were oral. Some were sent by Quipu, the knotted language of the Inca. Since the Inca had no writing system the runner had to remember the message, and relay it to the next person.How did the Inca use fast Roadrunners to communicate?
AncientPages.com - As a means of communications, the Inca used fast roadrunners to relay messages. The roadrunners were the mailmen of the Inca Empire.