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New Zealand - Road density

35.2 (km per 100 sq.km) in 2011

In 2011, road density for New Zealand was 35.2 km per 100 sq.km. Road density of New Zealand increased from 34.6 km per 100 sq.km in 2002 to 35.2 km per 100 sq.km in 2011 growing at an average annual rate of 0.20 %.

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What is 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: motorways, highways, main or national roads, secondary or regional roads, and other urban and rural roads.

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What is New Zealand road density?

Date Value Change, %
2011 35.2 0.11 %
2010 35.1 0.19 %
2009 35.1 0.11 %
2008 35.0 0.24 %
2007 35.0 0.12 %
2006 34.9 0.33 %
2005 34.8 0.42 %
2004 34.6 0.29 %
2003 34.6 -0.02 %
2002 34.6 -1.26 %
2001 35.0 1.79 %
2000 34.4