Your question: Which Indian state has most number of national highways?

Uttar Pradesh has the longest network of National Highways in India. There are 35 National Highways in Uttar Pradesh.

Which state has maximum number of National Highway?

Only Uttar Pradesh has a route length of more than 8000 Kms of all the states. Only three other states of Rajasthan, Maharashtra & Gujarat have a route length of more than 5000 Kms. Andhra Pradesh also had a route length of more than 5000 Kms before the bifurcation of the state.

Which state has more NH?

Maharashtra leads states in terms of construction of national highways. In 2017-18, it built 1,345 km, followed by Rajasthan and Karnataka. The state also holds the distinction of having highest NH network, spanning 17,749 km and racing ahead of Uttar Pradesh with 11,476 km in network.

Which state has best road in India?

Which state has the best roads in India? According to the data, Karnataka has the best roads in India with a total of 184,918.

Which is the longest expressway in India?

The Ganga Expressway will be approximately 594 kms long, according to the Uttar Pradesh govt.

Which is the smallest NH in Karnataka?

State Highway 57 (Karnataka)

57 State Highway 57
Route information
Maintained by KPWD
Length 662 km (411 mi)
Location
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Which is nh1 in India?

It comprises parts of old NH1A and NH1D. The number 1 indicates, under the new numbering system, that it is the northernmost East-West highway in India.

National Highway 1 (India)

National Highway 1
Route information
States Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh
Primary destinations Baramulla, Srinagar, Kargil
Highway system

Which two end cities does the National Highway No 7 join?

The NH-7 (old NH-58) connects Hindu pilgrim centres of Rishikesh, Devprayag, Rudraprayag, Karnaprayag, Chamoli, Joshimath and Badrinath with Dehradun and Chandigarh.

National Highway 7 (India)

National Highway 7
East end Mana Pass, Uttarkhand
Location
States Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand
Contradictory India