Paved roadways - intensity in world's top economies 2008

The ranking shows the intensity of paved roadways in world's top economies in 2008. In that year, the U.S. were ranked 14th with an intensity of 0.46 paved roadway kilometers per square kilometer land area.

Intensity* of paved roadways in world's top economies in 2008

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Release date

September 2010

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2008

Supplementary notes

* Intensity is defined as a ratio of the extent of the physical transportation system to the geographical area it covers. It indicates the relative concentration of the infastructure and the size that is available for use by the population.

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