Longest National Highways Of India
In today’s era, National Highways in India have become a soul of connection uniting several different cities in four different parts of India, i.e. Eastern part, Western part, Northern part and Southern part. There are a total of about 87 National highways in India at present. And the credit for this goes to the “National Highways Authority of India” (NHAI). National highways in India majorly connects rich states and cities commercially. Hence they contribute supremely to the economy of India. It helps in the burgeoning of the infrastructure of a country.
List of top National Highways of India
|S.I.NO.||Name of the National Highway||Length (in kilometres)||Route|
|1||NH 44 (old NH 7)||3,745||Srinagar to Kanyakumari|
|2||NH 27||3,507||Porbandar, Gujarat to Silchar, Assam|
|3||NH 48 (old NH 8)||2,807||Delhi to Chennai|
|4||NH 52||2,317||Sangrur, Punjab to Ankola, Karnataka|
|5||NH 30 (old NH 221)||2,040||Sitarganj, Uttarakhand to Ibrahimpatnam, Andhra Pradesh|
|6||NH 6||1,873||Jorabat, Meghalaya to Selling, Mizoram|
|7||NH 53||1,781||Hajira, Gujarat to Pradip port, Odisha|
|8||NH 16 (old NH 5)||1,711||East coast, West Bengal to Chennai, Tamil Nadu|
|9||NH 66 (old NH 17)||1,622||Panvel to Kanyakumari|
|10||NH 19 (old NH 20)||1,435||Delhi to Kolkata|
|11||NH 34||1,426||Gangotri Dham, Uttarakhand to Lakhnadon, Madhya Pradesh|
National Highway 44 (old NH 7)
The National Highway 44 or NH44 is the longest national highway of India. It has a length of about 3,745 kilometres. Earlier it was known as National Highway 7. It almost encloses the whole nation bridging 11 states and interconnects 30 cities with each other. It is a partly or wholly coalesce vs union of seven national highways – NH 1A, NH 1, NH 2, NH 3, NH 75, NH 26 and NH 7. The Central Public Works Department (CPWD) is authoritative for the continuation of this highway.
National Highway 27
The National Highway 27 brackets the Eastern part of India with the Western region. It is a part of the north-south and east-west aisle of NHAI. It straightly links seven states and 47 cities to each other. It is pondered as the economic pulse of India. It is the second-longest national highway of India having a length of 3507 kilometres.
National Highway 48 (old NH 4 and NH 8)
National Highway 48 is formed by conjoining two antecedent national highways- NH 4 and NH 8. It connects the northern states to the southern states. It stretches right from Delhi to Chennai. Hence it is the most worn national highway which interconnects significant states and cities. It has a length of about 2807 kilometres.
National Highway 52
It connects north India to south India. It quotes congruence with NH 7 near Sangrur and NH 66 near Ankola. NH 52 is commercially propitious for India as it connects the major mercantile cities of India. It is about 2,317 kilometers long.
National Highway 30 (old NH 221)
The National Highway 30 associates with NH 9 at the conception and with NH 65 at the termination. It is one of the prudent highways in India deliquenting to the least number of road accidents. It was previously known as NH 221. It has a length of 2,040 kilometres. It was formerly known as NH 221.
National Highway 6
National Highway 6 gives an alluring and attractive view of the mountains since it passes through the north-eastern stretch of India. It is about 1873 kilometres long. It is the mainstay of the northeast part of India. It bridges Assam, Mizoram and Meghalaya with each other. It portions its correspondence with NH 44, NH 37, NH 2, NH 54, NH 53, NH 40 and NH 154.
National Highway 53
This National Highway 53 passes through Gujarat, Maharashtra and Odisha. It uses the best technology in its construction. It is a subdivision of the Asian Highway Network 46 in India.
National Highway 16 (old NH 5)
This National Highway 16 is atypical in case of the weather conditions and scenic landscape. It crosses through the states of West Bengal, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. It was previously known as NH 5. NH 16 formed a part of the Golden Quadrilateral project as it adjoins the spry agricultural, industrial and cultural centres of these states. But later, it was taken by the “National Highways Development Project”.
National Highway 66 (old NH 17)
The National Highway 66 or old NH 17 is one of the most known national highways in India passing through the Western Ghats and some fantastic places of India. It frequently gives by the Arabian Sea. It wraps the northern, southern and western parts of India. It was earlier known as NH 17.
National Highway 19 (old NH 2)
National Highway 19 is one of the most active and commonly used national highways. The central part of this NH 19 aligns to the famous Grand Trunk Road. It is a part of the “National Highways Development Project”. Thirty-five kilometres of this highway tract between the Barah and Kanpur. NH 19 forms a part of the Asian Highway Network linking Tokyo with Istanbul.
Names of the states connecting each of the national highways
1. NH 44-Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu.
2. NH 27-Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, and Assam.
3. NH 48-Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu.
4. NH 52-Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, and Karnataka.
5. NH 30-Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana.
6. NH 6-Meghalaya, Assam, and Mizoram.
7. NH 53-Gujarat, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, and Odisha.
8. NH 16-West Bengal, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, and Tamil Nadu.
9. NH 66-Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu.
10. NH 19-Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal.
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