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There are 20 kilometres of risk-rated national highway in the Australian Capital Territory, which is 0.1 per cent of the total National Land Transport Network. During the period from 2010 to 2014, there were 14 casualty crashes on these roads, accounting for 0.09 per cent of the national total. No fatalities occurred over this period.
The following table lists the national highways in the Australian Capital Territory, with aggregated information provided. Please note that sections of the Barton Highway with speed limits less than 90km/h have not been assessed.
The following table provides information for the two sections of national highway in the Australian Capital Territory, ranked from highest to lowest risk. The Barton Highway and the Federal Highway have both been rated as low risk.