Road infrastructure, Slovenia, 2014
There were almost 38,900 kilometres of public roads in Slovenia in 2014.
At the end of 2014, there were 38,884 kilometres of public roads, of these 32,160 kilometres of municipal roads and 6,724 kilometres of state roads. The length of motorways and expressways is 770 kilometres, which is the same as in 2013.
At the end of 2014, there were 38,884 kilometres of public roads in Slovenia, of these 728 kilometres of international E-roads. These are public roads which are part of the European road network under the European Agreement on Main International Arteries. There were 32,160 kilometres or 83% of municipal roads and 6,724 kilometres or 17% of state roads. On the basis of official categorisation of each road it is determined which public roads are state roads and which are local, what their category is and what type of traffic they are intended for.
The last major changes in the length of motorways and expressways were recorded in 2008 and 2009 when some very important motorway sections in eastern Slovenia were completed and opened to traffic. There were 579 kilometres of motorways and expressways at the end of 2007, 696 kilometres at the end of 2008 and 770 kilometres in 2014.
The data can be corrected due to new categorisation of roads, more accurate measurement of existing roads, recategorisation of roads or cancellation of categorisation for individual roads.
This is the last release on the road infrastructure in the First Release series. Users can obtain this kind of data on the website of the Ministry of Infrastructure, Slovenian Infrastructure Agency within Main and Regional roads.