Andhra Pradesh Road Map



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Road Map of Andhra Pradesh

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Road Map of Andhra Pradesh TAMIL NADU Nellore Guntur Prakasam Anantpur Y.S.Rangareddy Chittoor kurnool Krishna West Godavari Yanam East Godavari Vishakhapatnam Vizianagaram Srikakulam ORISSA CHHATTISGARH MAHARASHTRA KARNATAKA TELANGANA
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The roadway network of the state of Andhra Pradesh covers an overall span of 91,313 miles or 146,954 km. The state public works department has the responsibility of looking after the roadway transportation system of the state of Andhra Pradesh. The road transportation network of Andhra Pradesh is made up of the following:

  • National Highways (covering 2,949 km or 1,832 miles)
  • State Highways (spanning 42,511 km or 26,415 miles)
  • District Roads (covering 101,484 km or 63,059 miles)
The development rate for car proprietorship in the state is the maximum in India and stands at 16 percent.

National Highways in Andhra Pradesh



Given below is a list of the national highways in Andhra Pradesh and the places in the state through which these highways pass:
Name of National HighwayPasses through
National Highway 18 Kurnool - Nandyal - Cuddapah - Chittoor
National Highway 16Mortad, Armoor, Koratla, Metpalli, Yelgonda, Jagtial, Mancherial, Lakshettipet, Adilabad district, Jaipur, and Chinnoor
National Highway 205 Puttur, Nagari, Tirupathi, Renigunta, Kalikiri, Pileru, Madanapalle Vayalpad, Burrakayalakotta, Kurabalakota, Patnam, Kadiri, Battulapalle, Mudigubba, and Anantpur.
National Highway 202 Amberpet, Golnaka, Uppal Kalan, Ramanthapur, Bhongir, Ghatkesar, Jangaon, Aleru, Station Ghanpur, Raghunathpalle, Atmakur, Warangal, Mulug, Mallampalli, Chandrupatla, Eturu Nagaram, and Bhadrakali.
National Highway 214 Amalapuram, Kakinada, Narasapur, Razole, Bhimavaram
National Highway 214A Machillipatnam, Narasapur, Avanigadda, Challapalle, Bhattiprolu, Repalle, Bapatla, Cherukupalli, and Chirala
National Highway 221 Tiruvuru, Kondapalli, Kottagudam, Yerragunta, Nellipaka and Bhadrachalam
National Highway 219 Venkataginkota, Kuppam, Palmaner, Baireddipalle, Madanapalle and Punganuru.
National Highway 234 Venkatagiri Kota
National Highway 222 Bhainsa - Nirmal- Adilabad
National Highway 43 Vizianagaram Natavalasa Bobbili Gajapathinagaram Salur Ramabhadrapuram All the abovementioned areas are situated in the Vizianagaram district.
National Highway 4 Palamaner and Chittoor
National Highway 63 Guntakal and Gooty
National Highway 9 Hyderabad, Zahirabad, Suryapet, Narketpally, Vijayawada, Kodada, and Machilipatnam.
National Highway 5 Nellore, Ongole, Guntur, Vijayawada, Eluru, Tanuku, Rajahmundry, Tuni, Visakhapatnam, Srikakulam, Tekkali and Palasa-Kasibugga.
National Highway 7Hyderabad and Guntakal


List of State Highways in Andhra Pradesh



Given below is a list of the state highways in Andhra Pradesh and their routes:

State highway NoPasses through - district(s) RouteLength (in km)
SH 1Hyderabad, Medak, Ranga Reddy, Adilabad, Karimnagar Hyderabad - Karimnagar - Ramagundam.239
SH 2Ranga Reddy, Hyderabad, Guntur.Hyderabad - Piduguralla - Sattenapalli -Guntur193
SH 7West Godavari, KhammamDevarapalli - West Godavari - Tallada - Khammam221
SH 188ChittoorChittoor - Yadamari - Gudiyattam - Pernambut146





Last Updated on : June 19, 2015







     


     

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