Which is the national highway number 4?

National Highway 4 (NH 4) was a major National Highway before National Highway renumbering in Western and Southern India. NH 4 linked four of the 10 most populous Indian cities – Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, and Chennai….National Highway 4 (India, old numbering)

National Highway 4
Length 1,235 km (767 mi)
Major junctions
From Mumbai, Maharashtra
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What is the length of NH 4?

230 km
National Highway 4/Length

How many NH are there in India?

87 national highways
There are about 87 national highways in India which measure around 115,435 km.

What is the new name of NH 6?

National Highway 6 & Economic Corridor 1 (EC1) (commonly referred to as NH6), was a National Highway in India that has been separately designated under the new national highway numbering system….National Highway 6 (India, old numbering)

National Highway 6
East end Kolkata, West Bengal

Which is the smallest NH in India?

NH 47A
[1] The shortest National Highway was the NH 47A (5.9 km (3.7 mi)), which connected Kundanoor Junction of Maradu in Kochi city to the Kochi port at Willingdon Island. India has the distinction of having the world’s highest drivable highway connecting Manali to Leh in Ladakh, Kashmir.

Which state has longest NH in India?

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

Who is the National Highways Authority of India?

The national highways network of India is a network of trunk roads that is owned by Ministry of Road Transport and Highways.It is constructed and managed by National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), National Highways and Infrastructure Development Corporation (NHIDCL) and Public Works Department (PWD) of the state governments.

Which is a sub highway of NH44 in India?

For example 244, 344 etc. will be the branches of the main NH44. Suffixes A, B, C, D etc. are added to the three-digit sub highways to indicate very small spin-offs or stretches of sub-highways. Starting from its junction with NH-1 near Baramula and terminating at Gulmarg in the state of Jammu and Kashmir.

What was the National Highway Act of 1956?

The National Highways Act, 1956 provided for private investment in the building and maintenance of the highways. The National Highways Authority of India was established by the National Highways Authority of India Act, 1988.

Which is the first national highway in India?

For New National Highway by numbers, see List of National Highways in India by highway number. For New National Highways by States, see List of National Highways in India by State. This is a list of National Highways of India, prior to their renumbering in 2010–11.