|Jurisdiction||Kingdom of Denmark|
|Parent Directorate||Danish Ministry of Transport|
Vejdirektoratet or the Danish Road Directorate is responsible for the national road network of Denmark, which comprises motorways, a number of main roads and many of the country's bridges – a total of about 4,000 kilometres.
Road Directorate's work consists primarily of three elements:
- Construction and operation
- Traffic and management
The structure of the Directorate includes;
- General Directorate (including procurement and supplier management, human resources, and communication)
- Planning (including safety and environment)
- Traffic operations
- Resources (including finance and IT)
The Danish Road Directorate is based at six service centres across the country and forms part of the Danish Ministry of Transport, Building and Housing.
- "Organisation". Vejdirectoratet. Retrieved 23 April 2017.