You can find on this page the South Korea (ROK) road map to print and to download in PDF. The South Korea (ROK) driving map presents the detailed road network, main highways and free motorways of South Korea (ROK) in Asia.
The South Korea (ROK) road map shows all roads network and main roads of South Korea (ROK). This road map of South Korea (ROK) will allow you to preparing your routes and find your routes through the roads of South Korea (ROK) in Asia. The South Korea (ROK) roads map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
There are several privately financed toll roads. Nonsan-Cheonan Expressway, Daegu-Busan Expressway, Incheon International Airport Expressway, Seoul-Chuncheon Expressway and parts of the Seoul Ring Expressway are wholly privately funded and operated BOT concessions as its mentioned in South Korea (ROK) roads map. Donghae Expressway was built in cooperation between KEC and the National Pension Service.
National roads in South Africa (ROK) with odd numbers generally run north-south and those with even numbers are east-west routes as you can see in South Korea (ROK) roads map. 1-d numbers form a grid with odd numbers 1-7 increasing to the east and even numbers 2-6 increasing to the north. There are many exceptions for 2-d numbers. There are no zones, but the higher the number, the more to the north the road is (99 is an exception, on the island Cheju). Local roads have a 2-digit number when they are funded by the national government, and a 3- or 4-digit number when they are provincially funded. Metropolitan roads have 1- to 4-digit numbers and exist in Seoul, Busan, Daegu and some more cities. In Seoul they are classified as Special metropolitan roads and their shield has a red bar, see below.
Subsequent rural road networks in South Africa (ROK) had to be developed to meet the need to expand road capacity. Road signs in South Africa (ROK) are used to be blue, but nowadays most signs are green with white text as its shown in South Korea (ROK) roads map. There does not seem to be a relation between color and road class or type. However, road capacity still could not meet road demand.
The South Korea (ROK) highway map shows toll and free motorways of South Korea (ROK). This highways map of South Korea (ROK) will allow you to prepare your routes on motorways of South Korea (ROK) in Asia. The South Korea (ROK) highway map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Highways in South Korea (ROK) are classified as freeways (expressways/motorways), national roads and various classifications below the national level. Almost all freeways are toll highways and most of the expressways are built, maintained and operated by Korea Expressway Corporation (KEC) as its mentioned in South Korea (ROK) highway map. There are several major north-south and east-west highways, but the growing number of vehicles in use puts heavy pressure on the land transport network.
In 2019, the road length of paved national highways in South Korea (ROK) was approximately 13,865 kilometers as its mentioned in South Korea (ROK) highway map. National highways in South Korea were defined as roads that connected main cities, ports, airports, and tourist sites, and were under control of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport (MOLIT) of South Korea (ROK).
South Korea (ROK) is planning a series of highway projects, with existing routes to be expanded and new stretches to be built. The country Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport has set out a programme of works that will run until 2020. The work planned includes widening 10 existing highways as well as constructing a further 13 new highways as you can see in South Korea (ROK) highway map. Construction of the roads will help to generate 290,000 jobs and deliver an economic benefit to the country expected to reach US$77.35 billion.