Road Transport

The road network of Georgia is mainly composed of the East - West corridor and north-south supplemental connections from Russia to Turkey, reflecting the shape and topographic configurations of the country: Caucasian mountains in the north, high mountains along Turkish border and wide valley in between running from east to west. There are secondary roads and local roads, which connect major highways, supplement major highway network and serve for local traffic for residents in small towns and villages.

 

Total length of Georgia Road network is  20,329 km, including  1,603 km of international, 5,298 km of internal and  13,536 km of local roads with min. capacity of 8-10 thousand  motor vehicles and max. capacity of 50 thousand  motor  vehicles (highway) per day.