In Iganga and Katakwi Districts, most of the Intermediate Means of Transport (IMT) are used on tracks and paths around the farms, and in Kasese District on hilly paths. The current state of the tracks is not suitable for motorised vehicles. This deters potential motorised traffic from using them. Following a site visit, most sections are considered to be have a gravel surface and the measure of the average road roughness is estimated to be around 15.0 IRI. This measure is used to compute the operating cost of all IMTs.