Longest continuous road

Longest continuous road
Who
Highway One
What
14523 kilometre(s)
Where
Australia
When
1955

Australia's Highway One circumnavigates the whole country via a network of fully interconnected roads. Its total length is 14,523 km (9,024 miles), which makes it over 3,500 km (2,200 miles) longer than its nearest rival, the Trans-Siberian Highway. Over a million people make Highway One part of their journey every day, with the road passing through every state in Australia.