The data highlights the steady growth of the highway network over the years, reflecting the country's focus on improving transportation infrastructure and connectivity.
In 2015, the total length of highways in the Czech Republic stood at 776 km. Over the next few years, there was consistent growth in the highway network, with the total length reaching 1,223 km in 2016, followed by incremental increases to 1,240 km in 2017, 1,252 km in 2018, and 1,276 km in 2019. The growth continued in 2020 with the total length expanding to 1,298 km, followed by a significant increase to 1,346 km in 2021. In 2022, the total length of highways reached 1,370 km.
In conclusion, the data demonstrates a consistent expansion of the highway network in the Czech Republic from 2015 to 2022. This growth indicates the country's ongoing commitment to enhancing transportation infrastructure and improving connectivity, which contributes to the overall development of the nation's economy and the well-being of its citizens.