Top Longest National Highways of India
NH-44: It is India’s longest National Highway, connecting 3,745 kilometres from Srinagar in the north to Kanyakumari in the south. This highway links 11 states and about 30 major cities.
NH-27: The longest national highway in India, at 3,507 kilometres, connects the eastern and western parts of the country. It is also considered India’s financial pulses since it connects seven states and 47 cities.
NH-48: This highway connects the northern and southern states and covers 2,807 kilometres. This National Highway runs from New Delhi to Chennai. Since it connects India’s central states and towns, it is one of the most heavily used national highways.
NH 52: It is a 2,317-kilometer highway that connects India’s major commercial cities and is considered economically important.
NH-30: This 2,040 km long National Highway runs from Uttarakhand’s Sitarganj to Andhra Pradesh’s Ibrahimpatnam. In India, it is a safe highway with a low rate of traffic accidents.
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