Uganda's Road Network under Road Maintenance Financing comprises of the breakdown below;

Agency Kilometres
National Roads under the responsibility of Uganda National Roads Authority

20,563km;

Kampala City Roads under the responsibility of Kampala Capital City Authority 1,105km
District Roads under the responsibility of District Local Governments 38,500km
Community Access Roads under the responsibility of District Local Governments 42,248km
Urban Roads under the responsibility of Urban Councils 4,500km
Total Road Network 107,020km

Source of Funding The Second Generation (2G) Status Fund The Uganda Road Fund operates as a Second Generation (2G) Road Fund that finances road maintenance from road user charges levied on applicable road usage proxy instruments that include;

a) Road user charges as the Minister may, on the recommendation of the Board determine by statutory order, including—

      • fuel levies;
      • international transit fees, collected from foreign vehicles entering the country;
      • road license fees;
      • axle load fines;
      • bridges tolls and road tolls; and
      • weight distance charges;

b) Fines under the Traffic and Road Safety Act;

c) Monies appropriated by Parliament for the purposes of the Fund;

d) Revenue or assets received by the Fund in the performance of its functions under this Act;

e) Grants, monies or assets donated to the Fund by Government with the approval of the Minister or assets donated to the Fund by any foreign government, international agency or other external body of persons, corporate or unincorporated;

f) Any revenue derived from the sale of any property, movable or immovable, by or on behalf of the Fund; g) Money received by the Fund by way of voluntary contributions;

h) Fines payable under this Act; and

      • Earnings from investments made under section 34 of URF Act 2008 and interest accruing from monies of the funds deposited in Banks.