Here is a lot more on why roads – according to many – are the question!Roads is not a panacea, Irin Asia writes, but it’s an inescapable part of any national development. In many districts, poor transportation is automatically making price levels higher! It’s more expensive to bring goods and it’s equally costly to collect produce and bring it to town. Few well-qualified teachers want to settle at a remote school far away from the comfortable lifestyle of more accessible areas. Healthwise, lack of roads also means poor access to good health services. Indeed, the list goes on.