From what I’ve seen around town, it looks like that percentage has gone way up since then. (But then again, I’m in town, and out of town it’s likely a whole different story.) Around here, the main roads are paved and the little roads are dirt. Think about where you live in the US. Now imagine that all the roads that have a speed limit of 25 mph are dirt roads whereas all the roads that have a speed limit higher than that are paved. I think that that should give you a general idea of what the road situation has been in my experience so far. That means that while traveling somewhere you stay on the paved roads until you get to the “subdivision,” and then you take dirt roads the rest of the way. Also, the paved roads that I’ve been on so far have been in amazingly good condition (maybe it has something to do with them not freezing and thawing each year?), whereas the dirt roads aren’t nearly so nice.