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National Highways of India

TestFunda ,  02-Feb-16

National Highways of India

Contributed by: Giridhar Venkatesan

Sr.

No.

LENGTH     (km)

STATE LOCATION

(The figures in brackets denote length of road in that state)

ROUTES

(The Route shows here only the major towns and cities)

SIGNIFICANCE

1

663 km

Punjab(108),

Himachal Pradesh(14),

Jammu & Kashmir (541)

Jalandhar –  Jammu –  Srinagar – Baramulla - Uri

Jawahar Tunnel falls under this route.

Connection of Jammu to the rest of India

2

1465 km

Delhi(12), Haryana(74),

Uttar Pradesh(752), Bihar(202), Jharkhand(190),

West Bengal (235)

Delhi - Agra -  Kanpur -Allahabad - Varanasi -Dhanbad - Kolkata

Comprises the historic Grand Trunk Road.

Referred as “DELHI-KOLKATA ROAD”.

3

1161 km

Uttar Pradesh(26), Rajasthan(32),

Madhya Pradesh(712), Maharashtra(391)

Agra -  Gwalior - Shivpuri -Indore - Nasik - Thane -Mumbai

MUMBAI-AGRA ROAD or the “AB ROAD”

4

1235 km

Maharashtra(371), Karnataka(658),

Andhra Pradesh(83),

Tamil Nadu(123)

Thane - Pune - Belgaum -Hubli -  Bangalore - Chittoor -Ranipet-Chennai

Constitutes Golden Quadrilateral’s Mumbai-Chennai Segment

5

1533 km

Orissa (488), Andhra Pradesh (1000),

Tamil Nadu (45)

Baharagora - Cuttack -Bhubaneswar - Vizag -Vijayawada - Guntur -Gummidipoondi - Chennai

Part of Golden Quadrilateral

6

1949 km

Gujarat (177),  Maharashtra (813), Chattisgarh (314),  Orissa (462), Jharkhand (22), 

West Bengal (161)

Hazira - Surat - Amravati -Nagpur - Raipur - Sambalpur -Kolkata

One of the Busiest national highway

7

2369 km

UttarPradesh (128),  MadhyaPradesh(504),

Maharashtra (232), AndhraPradesh (753),

Karnataka (125),

Tamil Nadu (627)

Varanasi - Jabalpur - Nagpur -Hyderabad - Kurnool -Bangalore -  Salem - Madurai -Kanyakumari

Now referred as NH 44.

Major North-South National Highway.

 

8

1428 km

Delhi (13),  Haryana (101),  Rajasthan(635),  Gujarat (498),  Maharashtra (128)

Delhi - Jaipur - Ajmer -Udaipur - Ahmedabad -Vadodara - Surat - Mumbai

DELHI-MUMBAI Corridor

 

9

841 km

Maharashtra (336),  Karnataka (75), Andhra Pradesh (430)

Pune - Solapur - Hyderabad -Vijayawada - Machillipatnam

Major National Highway in Central India

10

582 km

Uttar Pradesh (51),  Rajasthan (531)

Agra - Jaipur - Bikaner

Keoladeo National Park lies in this highway.Tourism Highway.

11

890 km

Madhya Pradesh (490),  Rajasthan (400)

Jabalpur - Bhopal -  Kota -Jaipur

Important Highway in Western India.

12

691 km

Maharashtra (43), Karnataka (648)

Solapur - Bijapur -  Shimoga -Mangalore

Now renamed as NH 169.

13

1526 km

Punjab (350),  Rajasthan (906), Gujarat(270)

Pathankot – Amritsar –Bikaner – Jaisalmer –Samakhiali

Major road in Western and North-western India.

14

1269 km

Maharashtra (482),  Goa (139),  Karnataka(280),  Kerala (368)

Panvel  -  Panaji - Udupi -Suratkal - Mangalore -Cannanore - Calicut 

Now renamed as NH 66.

Runs in parallel direction along Western Ghats.

15

570 km

Bihar (259), Uttar Pradesh (311)

Barauni - Muzaffarpur -Gorakhpur - Lucknow

Historic place – Ayodhya is located in this highway.

16

1125 km

Bihar (393), West Bengal (366),  Assam(322),  Jharkhand (44)

Barhi -  Siliguri - Cooch BeharNorth Salmara - Amingaon

Gateway to North-East India

17

680 km

Assam (680)

Goalpara - Guwahati -Kamargaon - Saikhoaghat

Passes through Kaziranga National Park.

18

551 km

Chattisgarh (316),  Orissa (152),

Andhra Pradesh (83)

Raipur - Jagdalpur -Vizianagaram 

Transverses a path along the Eastern Ghats.

19

630 km

Meghalaya (184),  Assam (111),  Tripura(335)

Shillong - Badarpur -Agartala - Sabroom

Only link that connects Tripura with the rest of seven sister states.

20

640 km

Tamil Nadu (224),  Kerala (416)

Salem - Perundurai Coimbatore -  Kochi -Trivandrum - Kanyakumari

Stretch included in the North-South Corridor.

21

850 km

Assam (540),  Arunachal Pradesh (310)

Baihata - Tezpur - Pasighat -Tezu 

Connects Assam’s Guwahati & Arunchal Pradesh’s Itanagar.

22

850 km

Assam (335),  Mizoram (515)

Dabaka -  Silchar - Aizwal -Tuipang

Connectivity between Assam and Mizoram’s Aizawl.

23

538 km

Uttar Pradesh (165), Uttarakhand (373)

Delhi - Ghaziabad - Meerut -Haridwar - Badrinath 

Starts near the Indo-Tibetian Border

24

690 km

Haryana (240), Rajasthan (450)

Ambala -  Hissar - Fatehpur -Jodhpur - Pali

Highway ensuring Connection between North and West.

25

555 km

Tamil Nadu (520),  Karnataka (35)

Nagapattinam -Trichy - Coimbatore -Ooty - Gundlupet

Connectivity between the southern states.

26

1175 km

Madhya Pradesh (600), 

Uttar Pradesh(110), Jharkhand (447),

Odisha (18)

Gwalior - Jhansi - Chhatarpur  - Ranchi

Important phase in the North-South Corridor.

27

1007 km

Madhya Pradesh (60),  Uttar Pradesh(467),  Rajasthan (480)

Pindwara - Udaipur  - Kota -Shivpuri - Jhansi -  Allahabad

One of the least Traffic Roads.

28

559 km

Madhya Pradesh (178),  Chattisgarh(356),  Jharkhand (25)

Katni -  Surajpur -Jashpurnagar - Gumla

Traverses the remotest places in three states.

29

500 km

Madhya Pradesh (280),  Rajasthan (220)

Ajmer - Nasirabad -Mandsaur - Indore

Highway passes though many historic significant places – Tombs, Forts, Palaces.

30

674 km

Uttar Pradesh (180),  Madhya Pradesh(494)

Kanpur - Chhatarpur  Bhopal - Dewas

Referred as “Hamirpur Road”.

Featured in World’s Toughest Trucker”.

31

700 km

Manipur (523),  Mizoram (141),  Nagaland(36)

Aizwal - Imphal -  Kohima

Known as “TIPAIMUKH ROAD” in Manipur.

32

932 km

Maharashtra (126),

Gujarat (648), other (158)

Ratnagiri - Pali -  Kolhapur -Sangli -  Solapur -  Latur -Wardha - Nagpur

Passes through Seshadri Mountains located in the Western Ghats.

33

508 km

Chhatisgarh (70),  Orissa (438)

Raipur - Gopalpur

Connectivity with the east coast.

34

610 km

Maharashtra (550),

Andhra Pradesh (60)

Kalyan - Ahmednagar -Parbhani -Nanded - Nirmal

One of the Longest Highways in Maharashtra.

35

1090 km

Arunachal Pradesh (1090)

Tawang - Pasighat

Runs from one end of Arunachal Pradesh to the other end.

36

780 km

Karnataka (509),

Andhra Pradesh (23),

Tamil Nadu (234)

Mangalore - Belur -Venkatagirikota - Vellore -Villuppuram

Connectivity of three southern states.


Note: The national highways mentioned here are of length 500 km or more

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