Bangladesh Road maps are a great help to find the way while traveling to different parts of the Country. Road Map Of Bangladesh provides greater insight into various road networks of the countries through maps. A well-developed infrastructure is the most important part of any country’s economy, and a road network is the most crucial part of it.
Bangladesh Transport Map shows all the major roads, freeways, and highways of the countries included in the listing. Apart from providing details of the road network, maps also highlight the major towns, airports, provincial boundaries, and international boundaries of these countries, portions of countries, or states.
Highways Of Bangladesh
The transportation system in Bangladesh is multimodal. Tourists can experience certain forms of transportation that are not available in the western world, such as ‘rickshaws’. Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, is famous as the rickshaw capital of the world! Rickshaws are the traditional method of transportation in Bangladesh. It is very environment friendly because they don’t require any fuel. Tourists will find rickshaws the most inexpensive mode of transport in Bangladesh. Another version of the rickshaw that is found in Northern and Southwestern districts is known as ‘van’.
The Roads and Highways Department (RHD) manage several categories of road. RHD has a total length of 20,948 Km road under its control. RHD also controls a total number of 4,659 bridges and 6,122 culverts. RHD is currently operating about 161 ferry boats in 81 crossings (13 on national highways, 11 on regional highways, and 57 on feeder roads) on its road network throughout the country. As of January 2010, the Local Government Engineering Department (LGED) has so far constructed a total of 133,514 km (64,691 km dirt road and 68,823 km paved roads) Upazila and union roads and 971,498 bridges/culverts.