What country has a highest road density?

Road density is the ratio of the length of the country’s total road network to the country’s land area. The road network includes all roads in the country: highways, motorways, main or national roads, secondary or regional roads, and other urban and rural roads.

Roads either side of the border: Finland vs Russia
Road density: Russia vs Finland

Road density by country

Top 20 countries with a highest road density (km/km2)
1. Monaco – 4525.0
2. Macau – 1485.7
3. Malta – 691.0
4. San Marino – 583.8
5. Bahrain – 576.0
6. Belgium – 504.5
7. Singapore – 486.0
8. Barbados – 372.2
9. Netherlands – 331.5
10. Grenada – 331.2
11. Hungary – 216.0
12. Jamaica – 201.3
13. Luxembourg – 201.1
14. Slovenia – 192.6
15. France – 191.6
16. Hong Kong – 191.0
17. Germany – 180.2
18. Sri Lanka – 173.8
19. Switzerland – 173.1
20. United Kingdom – 172.3

Road density by country (2000 – 2001)
Road Density (2000 - 2011)

Percent change in road density (2000 – 2011)

Countries with a highest percentage change in road density (%)
1. Brunei Darussalam – 171
2. Kenya – 151.8
3. China – 144.6
4. Ghana – 140
5. Botswana – 140
6. Saudi Arabia – 135.2
7. Malaysia – 133.8
8. Ethiopia – 122.2
9. Bhutan – 118
10. Egypt – 114.1
11. Congo – 105.4
12. Thailand – 98.0
13. Nepal – 93.3
14. Lao People’s Democratic Republic – 88.0
15. Monaco – 81.0
16. Oman – 78.9
17. Mali – 75.0
18. Colombia – 66.4
19. Peru – 63.9
20. Sudan – 60.0

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