Roads are being built in Lithuania since immemorial times. It is believed that the oldest road with hard pavement in Lithuania is the III-V century medgrinda (wood pavement) in Kernavė, Pajauta valley.
The first information about roads in Lithuania is found in XIII century in Livonian chronicles. In XVIII century gravel, ballast and field stones, and wood pavements have been the main country’s road structures. The first pavement structures, where black adhesive materials were applied, as well as cement, have occurred in 1926, asphalt concrete, cement concrete have occurred in 1928-1930.