Armenia has a relatively well-developed road network, serving all areas of Armenia's economy with a road density of 257.6 kilometers per 1,000 square kilometers. The road network consists of 7,700 kilometers of interstate roads, inter-republican roads (regional) and local roads. Of these, 1,400 kilometers are interstate roads, 2,520 kilometers are inter-republican roads, and 3,780 kilometers are local roads. The Armenian government has undertaken to renovate roughly one-third of the 1,500 kilometers of main roads in Armenia. Reconstruction of a bridge over the Araks River, completed in December 1995, has improved road access to Iran and facilitated the supply of consumer goods.
In November 2000 the Lincy Foundation announced the beginning of implementation of a grant program on financing three programs in Armenia. The project included reconstruction works of about 30% of highways in Armenia, recovery of historical and cultural objects in Yerevan and other regions of the country, as well as carrying out construction works in the earthquake zone. According to this project Ararat-Yerevan, Yerevan-Sevan, Dilijan-Vanadzor, Dilijan-Ijevan-Noyemberyan, roads connecting Armenia with Georgia were restored among others.