The Road Fund was established under Section 21(3) of the Public Financial Management and Accountability Act 2011 and operationalised by the Finance (Road Fund) Regulations 2012It is dedicated to collection of revenue and disbursement of funds for maintenance of roads.


What We Do

To effectively and efficiently collect revenue and disburse funds for safe road infrastructure 

Revenue Collection

Road Fund collects road user charges from a variety of streams including Toll Gate fees, Short term and Special motor vehicle permits, Road Maintenance Levy and Fines on Traffic Offences.

Road Works Financing

Road Fund finances Implementing Agencies to undertake routine, emergency and periodic maintenance of all roads in Lesotho.

Road Safety Activities

As part of its mandate, Road Fund finances Road Safety Activities to ensure safety of road users on the country’s roads.


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Projects & Activities

We are also engaged in multiple projects and different activities inside the country as shown below.

About Us


The main reason for establishing the Fund, like many other countries in the world, was to shift the burden of financing maintenance of Lesotho’s road infrastructure from general taxes collected by the central government to road user fees, and to close the persistent financing gaps that characterized road maintenance prior to the establishment of the Fund.


We are committed to enhance Lesotho’s economy through efficient revenue collection and disbursements towards road infrastructure.


We aspire to harness effective and efficient collection and disbursement of funds, cognizant of highest moral, business standards and sound stakeholder management.

Our Core Values Are:

Team Spirit At All Levels


Government Of Lesotho

African Road Maintenance Funds Association

Roads Directorate

Maseru City Council

Road Safety Department

Revenue Services Lesotho