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Public roads


Definition:

The public roads are split by the surface type into hard-surfaced roads and unsurfaced roads.

The hard-surfaced roads include improved hard surface roads (cobble stone, clinker, concrete, stone and concrete slabs, bitumen) and roads with unimproved surface (with macadam and cobbled surface).

The unsurfaced roads include virgin soil surface roads and roads fixed by means of special procedures and preparation of the virgin soil using mixtures made of clay, gravel, cinder, etc.

Roads are split by their territory into urban roads and non-urban roads.



Urban roads are defined as road segments located in urban communes and rural/urban communes for roads located in urban areas.

Non-urban roads are defined as road segments located in rural communes and rural/urban communes for roads located in rural areas.


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