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How many miles of paved road were there in the US in 1909?
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I will assume that roud is a misspelling of road. The road network of the Roman Empire totalled 400,000 kilometres (250,000 miles) 20% of which (80,500 kilometres, 50,313 miles) were the famous stone-paved roads. There were three types of Roman roads: 1) The via munita was the stone-paved road, paved with rectangular blocks of local stone, or polygonal blocks of lava. It had a military purpose. It sped up the movement of troops to the front and made the transport of supplies to the front or to garrison quicker and easier. 2) The via Glareata was an earthed road with a gravelled surface. 3) The via terrena was a rural road of levelled earth.
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