Imphal by Road



Imphal by road is convenient due to the developed and well-connected roads and various bus services as well as car rentals. Getting to Imphal by road is easy from any location around the city. Roads to Imphal connect the city with Agartala, Dimapur, Itanagar, Kaziranga, Aizwal, Guwahati, Kohima and Shillong. Agartala by road from Imphal, the capital city of Manipur, is about 465 kilometers. Guwahati is about 579 kilometers away while Shillong is about 643 kilometers from Imphal by road.

Travel to Imphal is mostly preferred by road, as there is a semi-luxury bus daily from Dimapur. There are bus services from the Manipur State Transport as well. Apart from the state transport there are several private buses. The National Highway No. 39 connects Imphal with Guwahati in Assam and the National Highway No. 53 with Silchar in Assam. The Silchar route is about 250 kilometers till Imphal and takes around 10 hours.



Last Updated on 19th Oct 2012

     


     

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