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Which cities have the best roads?

The design of a new highway, often referred to as a road network, is a major decision for a city’s planners.

Here are the 10 best designs in Australia.

Canberra has the highest number of kilometres of roads with just over a billion kilometres of highways in the nation’s capital.

Brisbane, with nearly 4.4 million kilometres, has the second-highest number of roads and is also the biggest city in Australia with more than 6 million kilometres of road networks.

The capital’s highways are the longest in the country with more road networks than any other city in the state.

Melbourne, with just under 3 million kilometres and the largest city in Victoria, has a number of outstanding roads with a network covering more than 50 per cent of Melbourne’s metropolitan area.

Adelaide’s road network covers more than half of Adelaide’s metropolitan, regional and island areas.

Sydney’s roads have the longest average distance of any Australian city, while Adelaide has the largest number of streets of any city.

Perth has a network of about 9 million kilometres which covers more of the Perth metropolitan area than any city in Western Australia.

Adelaide has about a third of its roads covered by road networks, with the remaining half covered by the city’s public transport network.

Adelaide, with about 1.8 million kilometres covered by public transport, has an average road network of more than 12 kilometres per kilometre.

The city has also got the highest average speed of any metropolitan area, with an average of 39 kilometres per hour.

Adelaide is also home to Australia’s second-largest metropolitan area with an estimated 6 million people.

Adelaide also has the fourth-largest population in Australia at nearly 8 million people, followed by Perth, with 2.3 million people and Melbourne, which has 2.1 million people on its roads.

It has the third-highest proportion of roads in Victoria with more roads per capita than any of the other states and territories.

Perth’s roads cover the city and suburbs with a population of more the 4.3 per cent, compared with just 0.9 per cent for Adelaide.

Melbourne’s roads, which cover most of Melbourne, cover about 1 per cent more than the average road in the metropolitan area and a similar proportion of the suburbs.

Sydney has a much smaller population than Adelaide, but the city has more roads than the rest of the states and also has a large population.

Sydney, which covers much of the metropolitan and suburbs, has more than one-third of its road networks covered by roads, with more in the inner west than anywhere else.

Adelaide and Perth have a higher proportion of road network covered by rail than any state or territory in Australia, with a combined total of more that 12 million kilometres.

Sydney also has more kilometres of rail in the network compared with any other state or territories, with one of every seven kilometres in the city being rail.

Melbourne is home to Melbourne City Council’s road and road network management committee, which is responsible for overseeing and coordinating the development of roads for the city.

In 2016, the committee was awarded $1.4 billion in state funding for the construction of the network.

The committee also has responsibility for the design of roads, including the design and maintenance of all major roads in the City.

Sydney is the city with the highest percentage of public transport users, with 85 per cent.

It is also Australia’s most congested city, with Sydney’s population having grown by about 13 per cent in the past decade.

Melbourne City Mayor Lisa Scaffidi said public transport use was a big factor in driving up road networks in Sydney.

“In a city like Melbourne, we have a high density of traffic congestion, especially for the older roads,” she said.

“That’s why we need the ability to provide transit for our people.”

Melbourne has the longest road network in the world, covering more of its metropolitan area in metropolitan areas than any urban area in Western Victoria.

The City has about 6 million km of road systems, with roads covering more kilometres than any town or town and suburb in the rest-of-Victoria.

The longest roads in Melbourne’s network are about 8.4 kilometres and 6.6 kilometres respectively, while the longest public transport system is about 5.2 kilometres.

Perth, which also covers the city, has about 5 per cent roads covered and has the most roads per person in the metro area.

Perth also has roads covered more by public transports than any metropolitan region in Australia and has a larger proportion of public transportation in the region.

Adelaide covers about 10 per cent less roads than other cities in Australia but has a higher percentage of people on public transport.

Sydney covers about half of its population in metropolitan and suburban areas with about 4.5 million people in the community, and has about 1 million kilometres in public transport systems.

Sydney and Melbourne also have a very high proportion of people using public transport to get around, with almost 60 per cent using public transportation to get from one place to another.

Perth is home for Perth