Here's a list of projects completed in 2011.
In 2011, the Civil Administration facilitated 22 USAID-funded road rehabilitation projects in Area C for the benefit of all communities in the region. The projects were made possible by funding from the international community (such as USAID), the close collaboration between NGO contractors and the Civil Administration and internal coordination between Civil Administration departments.
It is the Civil Administration's mission to continue facilitating transport projects in Judea and Samaria. In 2011 the Civil Administration received an unprecedented number
of road rehabilitation project applications for Area C. Each rehabilitation project requires input from a number of different Civil Administration departments. In 2011 the Civil Administration processed and approved over 95% of all road rehabilitation and construction applications submitted.
Brukin Road near Kfar Kode – Finished July 2011Not a Hebrew name among them (except for Tekoa.) These are almost all roads meant to help the Arabs of Area C travel.
Jayyus Road near Kafriat – Finished September 2011
Rujeib Road near M'saken Aba – Finished July 2011
Beit Furik Road near Beit Dajan – Finished July 2011
Deir al Hatab Road – Finished July 2011
Salam Road – Finished July 2011
Road entering Nablus from Hawara checkpoint – Finished June 2011
Birzeit Road near Jifna-Jalazun – Finished February 2011
Taybeh Road near Deir D'buan – Finished April 2011
Abud Road – Finished April 2011
Deir Jarir Silwad Road – Finished September 2011
Jaba-Qalandiyah Road – Finished July 2011
Beit Sah'or Road – Finished May 2011
Tekoa Road – Finished May 2011
Za'atra Road – Finished May 2011
Ein Arik Road near Bitunia – Finished 2011
How could the New York Times and AP, not to mention 972Mag and Mondoweiss, have missed this story in an area they pretend to cover to exhaustively?
(h/t ehwhy for correction)