A new study has rated the road network in the Czech Republic very poorly. The study was carried out by Raiffeisenbank and shows that the country’s road network is the sixth worst in the EU. According to the study’s findings, the Czech Republic €4.66 billion less in its road network than the average for other countries of a similar size during the 2010 to 2017 period. The Czech Republic requires an additional 800km of highways, with this network intended for completion by 2030. However, highway construction progress is sluggish in the Czech Republic and unless this can be speeded up, the targets will not be met.