Road Networks of the provinceare maintained by the national government under Department of Public Works and Highways for national roads and Provincial Engineering Office for provincial roads and Barangay LGU for barangay roads. Fifty percent of the national roads are concrete, asphalt is 29% and gravel roads are at 29%.
More than half of the total road length at 60.64% is classified as gravel while a quarter is concrete, 1% and 12.57% is classified as asphalt and earth respectively. Magallanes has the highest road density of 1.02km/sq.m., followed by Nasipit and RTR with just a 0.01 difference at 0.89 and 0.88 respectively. Aside from Cabadbaran which has 0.78km/sq.km road density, the rest are 0.51 and below.
Majority of the provincial roads are classified as gravel (unpaved) at 81.14%, concrete is 17.42% and asphalt road is only 3.33%. Almost all of the roads networks are already connected with bridges and 96% of them are passable. Majority of these bridges are in good condition, only 22% are in fair condition with only one (1) in poor condition.