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Driving Lesotho's Development & Economic Growth
Projects
Connecting Districts & Towns
Our Work
Linking Communities To Basic Services & Market Opportunities
Projects
Facilitating Access To Remote Areas for Social & Health Services

Our Road Network

Total
All roads
6,005 km
Paved Roads
Paved roads
1,756 km
Gravel
Unpaved gravel roads
3,051 km
Earth
Earthen soil
1,084 km
Tracks
Single-lane track
113 km

Featured Projects

Maintenance Project
Retrofit of Maseru Traffic Lights
Maseru City
Development Project
Construction of Marakabei to Monotša Road
Botha-Bothe (Northern Part of Lesotho)
Maintenance Project
Completed Tsolo Pedestrian Bridge
Ha Tsolo,Maseru
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The online Grievance and Redress Management System lets you report complaints and grievances you may have about our projects at any time of the day, from anywhere in the world.
News Updates
Media Release
05 Aug 2022
Road users in the Northern districts of the country can look forward to reduced travel times and safer travel on the A1 Road between Ha ‘Malesaoana (Leribe) and Butha-B...
Media Release
20 Dec 2021
The Minister of Public Works, Honourable Lebohang Monaheng has appointed a new Board of Directors for the Roads Directorate (RD) for a period of three years, effective No...
Media Release
22 Oct 2021
The Roads Directorate is excited to announce the launch of its newly designed website. The website can be accessed on www.rd.org.ls. The goal of the website is to provid...
Who We Are
The Roads Directorate was established as a department under the Ministry of Public Works and Transport primarily for better service delivery and more effective and efficient management of the road network.
Who We Are
The Roads Directorate was established as a corporate body by the Roads Directorate Act of 2010. The Directorate was formed mainly for better service delivery and more effective and efficient management of the road network.

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