In developing nations like India, rural road system maintenance management with minimal resources seems to be a difficult undertaking. Deferred ruraload maintenance has an effect on the society andenvironment, which may have an influence on maintenance expenses. A sustainability rating tool seems to be a great approach to compiling, describing, and assessing these effects. In any case, by taking into account the particular demands of users and neighborhoods, low-volume rural road maintenance can provide better services, including increased comfort as well as safety. In order for distinct projects to be compared on a uniform scale, it is essential to think about how to evaluate the low-volume rural road maintenance project. Examining the significance and advantages of sustainable low-volume rural road maintenance only informs the sector that it is essential and viable. The rating (evaluation) tool can be used for evaluation purposes and also has other benefits. The major goal of this research is to create a tool for the best creation of long-term maintenance plans for low-volume rural roads. As a result, the Rural Road Sustainability Index for Maintenance (RRSIM), a novel sustainability assessment instrument, is created and may be utilized to assess the low-volume rural road maintenance project. The Quadruple Bottom Line (QBL), which stands for environment, economy, society, and material, will be covered by this instrument, which also examines eight sustainability assessment systems for low-volume rural roads. The tool tries to minimize GHG emissions resulting from the administration of maintenance solutions while maximizing the network's long-term efficacy given a maintenance budget.