9 out of 100 roads are poor

A staggering 91 per cent of Victorian roads have been classified as “poor or very poor” in a pavement condition assessment undertaken for the State Government. In 2023, not a single road in the survey was classified as “good” or “very good” with the remaining nine per cent only listed as “fair”.

The National Transport Research Organisation (NTRO) conducted the survey for the Department of Transport across 8400 kilometres of the state’s road network. Despite state government excuses about wet seasons, only 707km of this was rated as flood affected.

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