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Total road length per 100,000 persons (Regional)



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This FACT indicates the total length of roads in each Australian state per 100,000 persons, measured in kilometres. It includes highways, arterial roads, local roads, and busways in both urban and non-urban settings. The state with the greatest total length of roads per 100,000 persons is the Northern Territory, with 8426.3 kilometres, followed by Western Australia, with 6361.2 kilometres. In last place is Australia's smallest mainland territory, the Australian Capital Territory, with 867.6 kilometres.


Source: Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, 2017

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