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Cheju Has Highest Road Ratio.

Apr 23,1999
The total length of domestic roads is 86,989 km, the Ministry of Construction and Transportation reported on April 23.
The length of all roads built or extended last year was 2,021 km, slightly longer than the whole length of the nations 1,996 km in highways.
National expressways reached 1,996 km in total length; general national highways are 12,447 km in length; metropolitan roads total 17,670 km in length; provincial roads total 17,155 km in length; city roads are 15,145 km long; and regional roads total 22,576 km in length.
Total road length per area is longest in Kyonggi Province and shortest in Kangwon Provice.
Cheju Province has the highest road ratio per 1,000 people, while Kyonggi has the lowest.
From the viewpoint of 'the road ratio on land figures' that reflects both the population and the dimension, Cheju is the highest and North Kyongsang province is the lowest.
The length roads increased only 53 percent from 1990 to 1998, while the number of cars increased 208 percent during the same period.
The spread ratio of the road is merely 20 percent of Japan and 7.7 percent of the U.S..
Jooan Kang : jooan@joongang.co.kr


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