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Forest roads

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Key figures

103

kilometres whole-year roads and summer roads for lorries finished in 2017

Kilometres of forest roads finished and approved1
20172016 - 20172007 - 2017
KmChange in per centChange in per cent
1Data on roads built without public subsidies are however somewhat incomplete. The data cover roads that are finished and approved during the report year.
Whole-year roads and summer roads for lorries
New roads103-10.477.6
Roads rebuilt388-5.898.0
 
Winter roads for lorries and roads for tractors
New roads17210.3-17.7
Roads rebuilt51-25.0-35.4

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Table 1 
Total road length of whole-year roads and summer roads for lorries

Total road length of whole-year roads and summer roads for lorries1
Kilometres
1Source: The Norwegian Mapping Authorityand the Norwegian Public Roads Administration
2At 1. January.
The whole country
2016249 034
2017249 361
2018249 429
 
2018
Østfold1 666
Akershus and Oslo2 788
Hedmark11 708
Oppland6 695
Buskerud6 156
Vestfold1 234
Telemark4 862
Aust-Agder2 349
Vest-Agder733
Rogaland475
Hordaland917
Sogn og Fjordane626
Møre og Romsdal1 051
Sør-Trøndelag (-2017)2 398
Nord-Trøndelag (-2017)3 379
Nordland1 084
Troms - Romsa1 059
Finnmark - Finnmárku250

Table 2 
Average expenditure for forest road constructions. NOK per metre

Average expenditure for forest road constructions. NOK per metre1
Whole-year roads and summer roads for lorriesWinter roads for lorries and roads for tractors
AllBuilt with public subsidiesBuilt without public subsidiesAllBuilt with public subsidiesBuilt without public subsidies
1[Comprise new constructions and roads rebuilt.
20072472921137512652
20082382551489612978
200926327221810014969
20102883381288416647
201130733710711719665
2012390387411129168102
201337139518812417997
2014342350253156216122
201546246840216827289
2016421424353204299134
2017463462479180317115

Table 3 
Expenditure and public subsidies at construction of forest roads. NOK 1 000

Expenditure and public subsidies at construction of forest roads. NOK 1 000
ExpenditurePublic subsidies
TotalWhole-year roads and summer roads for lorriesWinter roads for lorries and roads for tractors
200784 14562 58721 55826 232
2008123 81392 89930 91438 001
2009117 01178 98238 02934 557
2010135 262110 04225 22041 966
2011123 263100 28722 97639 866
2012173 218138 92334 29555 902
2013178 392147 02631 36663 273
2014186 366148 35038 01660 963
2015243 172203 35839 81489 483
2016267 534221 77145 76398 021
2017267 307227 08940 21891 934
 
2017
Østfold16 00415 8231814 317
Akershus and Oslo4 4263 8495771 084
Hedmark31 92530 8051 1208 648
Oppland23 51921 2962 2237 056
Buskerud33 19632 0231 1739 815
Vestfold10 0357 8412 1943 135
Telemark22 56420 3702 1946 771
Aust-Agder16 32510 0246 3015 337
Vest-Agder19 41810 5838 8355 334
Rogaland6 7744 1832 5913 075
Hordaland23 85622 2661 59011 972
Sogn og Fjordane11 7457 8633 8821 068
Møre og Romsdal8 4528 0274254 177
Sør-Trøndelag (-2017)5 3835 2011822 660
Nord-Trøndelag (-2017)23 24921 1072 14210 762
Nordland3 4172 1631 2541 719
Troms - Romsa6 5353 1803 3554 689
Finnmark - Finnmárku4874870315

Table 4 
Forest roads finished and approved

Forest roads finished and approved
Whole-year roads and summer roads for lorriesWinter roads for lorries and roads for tractors
Number of roadsLength of roads newly completed (km)Length of roads rebuilt (km)Number of roadsLength of roads, newly completed (km)Length of roads rebuilt (km)
20073205819655320979
20084137431660923686
20093276923250629191
201039183300455188112
20113647824935615542
20124429226447818978
20134418231447919558
20144387036443617569
201553410533542416572
201653411541242515668
201748710338844117251
 
2017
Østfold39535621
Akershus and Oslo90131040
Hedmark78217633163
Oppland5488270283
Buskerud5094434117
Vestfold262111635
Telemark3684050177
Aust-Agder3431947213
Vest-Agder356879209
Rogaland9151371
Hordaland1913101242
Sogn og Fjordane134222110
Møre og Romsdal2153620
Sør-Trøndelag (-2017)843511
Nord-Trøndelag (-2017)3213241144
Nordland503470
Troms - Romsa132723147
Finnmark - Finnmárku602000

About the statistics

The statistics gives an overview of kilometres of forest roads that are finished and approved during the report year, and are based on data from the Norwegian Agriculture Agency and their database on the Forest Trust Fund.

Definitions

Definitions of the main concepts and variables

Forest roads

Includes whole-year roads, summer roads and winter roads for lorries and tractor roads.

Standard classifications

Classification of forest roads

Administrative information

Name and topic

Name: Forest roads
Topic: Agriculture, forestry, hunting and fishing

Next release

Responsible division

Division for Primary Industry Statistics

Regional level

County.

Frequency and timeliness

Årlig.

International reporting

Not relevant

Microdata

Data sets are stored in Statistics Norway.

Background

Background and purpose

The purpose of the statistics is to provide information at the county level about the construction of forest roads. Statistics extend back to the working year 1932/33.

Users and applications

The statistics are used by public agencies (Ministries, county authorities), forest owner's organisations and research institutes. In recent years there has been increasing interest from environmental organizations. Results from the forest roads statistics are used in National accounts. The figures are also used annually in the publication National Resources and the Environment.

Equal treatment of users

No external users have access to the statistics and analyses before they are published and accessible simultaneously for all users on ssb.no at 8 am. Prior to this, a minimum of three months' advance notice is given in the Statistics Release Calendar. This is one of Statistics Norway’s key principles for ensuring that all users are treated equally.

Coherence with other statistics

The Division for Environmental Statistics has estimated the total road area in Norway .

Legal authority

The Statistics Act, §§2-1, 3-2

EEA reference

Not relevant

Production

Population

In principle, the statistics cover all private forest roads. Data on roads built without public subsidies are however somewhat incomplete.

The data cover roads that are finished and approved during the report year.

Data sources and sampling

Data on roads built with subsidies or public loans come from the Forest Trust Fund (SKAS) database. The Norwegian Agriculture Agency keeps data on roads built without subsidies or loans manually.

Total census.

Collection of data, editing and estimations

The statistical data on newly built and rebuilt forest roads built with subsidies are collected by the Forest Trust Fund (SKAS). The Norwegian Agriculture Agency extracts data from the database and forwards them to Statistics Norway. The County Department of Agricultural Affairs and the Norwegian Agriculture Agency reports roads built without subsidies to Statistics Norway.

If the data are unclear, The the Norwegian Agriculture Agency or County Department of Agricultural Affairs is contacted so that any errors can be corrected.

Seasonal adjustment

Not relevant

Confidentiality

Not relevant

Comparability over time and space

Initially, when the work on the statistics commenced, it was difficult to break down the data for each year. The overview of forest roads built before 1 July 1950 is therefore a summary of all forest roads built from the working year 1932/33 to 1 July 1950.

Accuracy and reliability

Sources of error and uncertainty

Data on roads built with subsidies are assumed to be complete. Data on roads built without subsidies may not be complete because not all road projects are reported. The collected data on forest road building is therefore regarded as minimum figures.

Revision

Not relevant

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