# How Is Road Density Calculated?

How is road density calculated? Simply (1) calculate the total road length (feet, miles, km, etc), and (2) calculate the total polygon area, using the same units of measure (square feet, miles, km). Then divide length by area to get road density.

## What is road density in India?

Using Road length in India as on 31.3. 2017, India's road density is estimated at 1.80 km per sq km which is equivalent to that of Germany.

## Which country has lowest road density?

Monaco, Macao (China) and Malta are the top three countries in this income group with high road densities. On the other hand, low income countries recorded the lowest figure for road density (0.08 km/km².).

## Which country has the largest road density?

• Monaco – 4525.0.
• Macau – 1485.7.
• Malta – 691.0.
• San Marino – 583.8.
• Bahrain – 576.0.
• Belgium – 504.5.
• Singapore – 486.0.
• ## What is meant by road density class 10?

Hint: Road density can be identified by simply dividing the length of road in a polygon by the areas Indian road network consists of national roads, motorways, secondary or regional roads, highways, and rural and concrete roads. The Indian road density is 75.42. km per 100. square kilometers.

## Related guide for How Is Road Density Calculated?

### What are the 6 types of roads?

What are the types of roads based on construction materials?

• ### How many NH are there in India?

There are about 87 national highways in India which measure around 115,435 km.

### Which state in India has highest density of road?

Kerala has the highest road density among other Indian states. Every nook and corner of the state has motorable roads with a well developed transport system operating in public and private sector enabling a seamless movement of people and goods across the state.

### Which is the world's largest road?

As per the Guinness Book of World Records, Pan American Highway is the world's longest motorable road. Apart from the 100-km-long Darien Gap, the highway links most of the nations of North and South America.

### Which country have best road in the world?

According to this report, Singapore has the world's best road quality, followed by Switzerland and the Netherlands. When it comes to the extensiveness and condition of the roads, these countries do not have their equal, all scoring between 6.4 and 6.2 out of 7.

### Which country has the best road system?

1 United Arab Emirates 6.4
2 Singapore 6.3
3 Switzerland 6.3
4 Hong Kong 6.2

### Which is the second largest road network in the world?

India has the second-largest road network in the world, spanning a total of 5.89 million kilometres (kms).

### Which country has the longest road network?

United States of America. The US road network exceeds 6.58 million kilometres in total length, making it the world's longest and biggest road network.

### Which continent has the highest road density?

North America continent has largest road density and number of vehicles.

### Which state has lowest density of roads?

Kerala has highest road density and Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) has lowest road density. Explanation: Road density is the ratio of length of "country's land area" to the total road network of the country.

### Which state has the best road?

Here are the 10 states with the best roads, according to the report.

• Oklahoma (61.8)
• Idaho (62.5)
• Indiana (69.6)
• Alabama (76.6)
• New Hampshire (76.9)
• Arizona (78.7)
• Georgia (78.9)

• ### Which state has more roads?

As of 31 March 2016, the total length of state highways was 176,166 km. As of 31 March 2016, Maharashtra had the largest share in the total length of SH roads (22.14%), followed by Karnataka (11.11%), Gujarat (9.76%), Rajasthan (8.62%) and Tamil Nadu (6.67%).

### What is meant by road density class 12?

' Density of roads is length of roads per 100 square km of area.

### What is road density Ncert?

Road Density. The length of road per 100 sq. km of area. is known as density of roads.

### What is the road density in India Class 10?

ROAD DENSITY. The length of road per 100²km of area is known as road density. Density of all roads varies from only 10.04 km in Jammu and Kashmir to 532.27 km in Uttar Pradesh. The national average of 125.02 km.

### What is a Type 2 road?

They are also known as "type 2 dual-carriageways" by the Irish National Roads Authority. These roads look similar to expressways, except that expressways often have interchanges, large medians or concrete barriers between traffic.

### What expressway means?

a highway especially planned for high-speed traffic, usually having few if any intersections, limited points of access or exit, and a divider between lanes for traffic moving in opposite directions.

### What are the two main types of road?

• Freeways.
• Expressways.
• Highways.
• Arterials.
• Local Streets.

• ### Which is the smallest NH of India?

Currently, National Highway 548 and National Highway 118 are India's shortest highways. NH 548 is just a 5 kilometer long highway in Maharashtra and connects Kalamboli with NH348.

### Which is biggest highway in India?

- National Highway 44 – It is the longest national highway in India with a length of 3,745 kilometres running from Srinagar in the north to Kanyakumari in the South. This highway connects 11 states and about 30 important cities with each other.

### What is the new name of NH 1?

The Grand Trunk Road or National Highway Number 1 will now be a part of the country's longest stretch of primary route rechristened as National Highway 44 , according to a fresh government notification that also gives the states the new names for all the highways.

### Which road has lowest density in India?

Jammu and Kashmir has the lowest density of roads in India.

### Which roads are maximum in India?

• Dungri La or Mana Pass, Uttarakhand - 18,406 ft.
• Marsimik La, Jammu & Kashmir - 18,314 ft.
• Photi La, Jammu & Kashmir - 18,124 ft.
• Donkia La, Sikkim - 18,045 ft.
• Kaksang La, Jammu & Kashmir - 17,842 ft.
• Chang La, Jammu & Kashmir - 17,586 ft.
• Khardung La, Jammu & Kashmir - 17,583 ft.

• ### Which state in India has the best roads?

Which state has the best roads in India? According to the data, Karnataka has the best roads in India with a total of 184,918.

### Can you walk from Africa to Russia?

Spanning over a distance of 22,387km approximately, potentially the world's longest walkable road starts from Cape Town and concludes its run at Russia.

### Can you drive across Russia?

Time to drive across the whole of Russia

Driving across Russia from Moscow to Vladivostok will take at least 11 days on the road. The route is almost exactly 9,000 km and even if you spend all day on the road driving at the speed limit (mostly 90-110 km/h), you won't be able to drive much faster than this.

The road infrastructure of India has been on a constant uphill climb since a long time now but Indian roads are still one of the most dangerous roads in the world. There are several factors which make our roads dangerous including poor roads, bad driving habits and traffic rules violations among others.

### Who has the worst roads in the world?

The North Yungas Road in Bolivia, also known as the 'Road of Death', is said to be the most dangerous road in the world.

### Which country has no speed limit?

Autobahn, Germany's national highway network, is known as the highway without speed limits. It is the only European nation to not have a general speed limit on its highways.

South Africa has world's most dangerous roads; India in fourth place: Study.

### Which country has best roads in the world 2021?

UAE. The emirates, according to the words of the experts, is the country with the best roads in the world.

### What is the most traffic country?

Peru

• Philippines (2.48)
• Indonesia (3.35)
• India (3.46)
• Brazil (3.99)
• Mexico (4.20)
• Argentina (4.43)
• Romania (4.76)
• Thailand (4.79)

• ### Which country has best infrastructure in the world?

Singapore is the global leader in overall infrastructure with a value of 95.4 on a scale of 0 to 100. The United States were ranked 13th. Well functioning infrastructure is a cornerstone of a modern society.