‘Boulder Highway’: How the world’s best road network has grown from $200m in 2013 to $2.3bn today

As of today, the world has become a far less crowded place, thanks to the growth of the world-class global road network that has grown to include over 500 million km (300 billion miles) of roads across more than 160 countries.

And while it’s true that the road network is not perfect and has to be improved on a daily basis, it is the most complete and interconnected system on Earth, and it has the most people in the world on it.

 This year, the World Bank, which is part of the United Nations, released a report called The Roadmap: Road Capacity and Infrastructure for 2030.

The report was published in December and focused on a number of metrics, including capacity growth.

The report, which examined a number different indicators of road capacity, found that the United States, Australia, China, India, South Korea, Mexico and South Africa are all growing faster than the rest of the continent.

It also found that roads in the United Kingdom are growing faster on average than roads in most countries in the OECD, with average road capacity growing by about 2% per year.

In the UK, for example, the average capacity of roads is increasing by around 2.5% per annum, with capacity increasing by 5% per decade.

As a result, it’s now clear that the US, Australia and China are going to have to do a lot more to build roads.

The US is projected to grow from 6.4% of the global road population to 10% by 2030.

In the same year, India will have the fastest population growth, reaching 1.5 million people.

However, China is projected by the World Resources Institute to have the most roads in 2030.

This will be the fastest growth in the entire world, followed by China, and the United Arab Emirates.

This means that China will have a significant share of the road space.

China has the world number one growth driver, which in 2020, was roads.

While China is a very fast growing country, the country is only just catching up to the rest.

In 2020, the US had the world road population at 1.7 billion, but in 2030, it will have 2.1 billion.

Meanwhile, South Africa is projected at around 1.6 billion people by 2030, and India is at just over 1.3 billion people. 

The report concluded that while infrastructure investment is important, it can also be a good thing. 

“Roads are the backbone of modern economies, and we are at a critical juncture when we need to invest in them,” said Andrew Miller, the CEO of the World Wide Fund for Nature.

“Our report calls for greater infrastructure investment, which will make roads more resilient and more sustainable in the years to come.”