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National Highways in India.
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In this Bytes video learn about the National Highways of India, about who manages them, the recent projects and how they form the economic backbone of the country.

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Bibi Mohanan
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nice mam bt book me to longest highway NH7 h please explane it
Durgesh Nanda
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Durgesh Nanda
a year ago
In case of NH 44, which is considered to be the North-South Corridor of NHDP (National Highway Development Project). It has come into being by merging seven previously differently numbered national highways in full or part starting from former NH 1A from Srinagar (J&K), former NH 1 in Punjab and Haryana ending at Delhi, part of former NH2 starting from Delhi and ending at Agra, former NH3 (popularly known as Agra-Bombay highway) from Agra to Gwalior, former NH 75and former NH 26 to Jhansi, and finally former NH 7 via Nagpur, and Adilabad, Nizambad, Hyderabad and Kurnool in Telengana / Andhra Pradesh, and Bangalore,Dharmapuri, Salem, Tirunelvi and Madurai terminating at Kanyakumari. Hope! this’ll clarify your doubt.
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  1. National Highways in India


  2. MORTH Government of India The national highways network of India is a network of trunk roads that is owned by Ministry of Road Transport and Highways.


  3. As of June 2017, 23 km per day of highway construction has been achieved which is unprecedented in Indian history.


  4. National Highways are at-grade roads whereas Express Highways, commonly known as Expressways are controlle access highways


  5. The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is the nodal agency responsible for building, upgrading and maintaining most of the national highways network NHA


  6. Gurgaon Vasant Kun While national highways constitute 1.8% of Indian ads they carry 40% of the traffic. sur


  7. BHARATMALA Paving the roads of development for a New India Target of constructing 83,677 km (51,994 mi) of new highways at an estimated cost of 5.35 trillion


  8. EW DEL RAJASTHA India has 111,111 km of national highways (NH) connecting all the major cities and state capitals as of March 2018. abad Ikata Mumba Chennai


  9. Leh-Manali Highway


  10. SNOW. OHABA TEACOFFEE PRONTHA BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER KHOKSAR ONLY VEG. FOOD PURE VEGITARIAN FOOD OMO UKPA CHOWMIN ROOMS National highways form the economic backbone of the country