Roads in Good and Fair Condition as a Share of Total Classified Roads
|This indicator measures the percentage of the total classified road network in the project area that is in good and fair condition depending on the road surface and the level of roughness.|
Size of the total classified network
The size of the total classified network in the project area as supplemental data. (Note: from the indicator and this supplemental data on its denominator, the kilometers of roads in good and fair condition can also be calculated.) If the shares get aggregated across several project areas, or several countries, the size of the classified networks serves as the weight.
Guidance on classified road network
Classified roads are the roads that have been included in the roads legislation as public roads.
Guidance on good and fair condition of roads
| ||POOR ||6.5||16.0|
| ||POOR ||15.5||25.0|
A minimum distinction needs to be made by the authorities to show concrete and bitumen paved (asphalt concrete, surface treatment) and unpaved (gravel, earth) roads for the purpose of compiling data for these core indicators. Any other details may be relevant only to any country’s road inventory and management purposes.
Conditions identified by RONET (Road Networks Evaluation Tools).
- Good classification includes Very Good, and Poor classification includes Very Poor.
- International Roughness Index (IRI).