Nepal is a landlocked nation where road transit is the principal mode of transportation for both freight and passengers. The road network in Nepal is divided into two parts: the Strategic Road Network (SRN), which is administered centrally, and the Local Road Network (LRN), which is controlled locally. Nepal has 63,577 roads, totaling 50,943 kilometers in length. According to the Department of Local Infrastructure Development and Agricultural Roads (DoLIDAR), there are 4,274 blacktop roads, 13,397 gravel roads, and 45,906 earthen fair-weather and unmetalled roads. Currently, 73 of the 75 district headquarters have road access.
*The ranking is done based on data collected from the Ministry of Finance.