Roads of Andhra Pradesh


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Situated on the Southeastern coast of India, Andhra Pradesh is the fourth largest state in terms of area and the fifth largest in terms of population. The state is bordered by the states of Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Orissa and Chhattisgarh and the Bay of Bengal in the east. The capital city of the state is Hyderabad, which is also one of the main IT hubs of India.

The state has seen a tremendous growth story, which could not have been possible without its well-laid road network. All the districts, cities, towns and many villages in Andhra Pradesh are conveniently connected via well-maintained roads. In addition, this road network also takes you to other neighbouring states like Tamil Nadu, Orissa and other through local roads and national highways.

A well-designed Andhra Pradesh road map makes it easy for you to understand the great reach of these roads across and around the state. If you are planning to visit the state any time soon, you should consider checking a good Andhra Pradesh road map to make you acquainted with roads in various cities in the state.

The state of Andhra Pradesh maintains a total of 146,954 km (91,313 mi) of roads. This entire road network is comprised of 42,511 km (26,415 mi) of state highways, 2,949 km (1,832 mi) of National Highways and 101,484 km (63,059 mi) of District Roads. It is the responsibility of the state public works department to take care of roadways in the state. APSRTC (Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation) controls the largest fleet of vehicles and connects cities, villages and towns with an extreme ease, all due to presence of huge network of roads.

In fact, the growth rate of vehicle ownership is the largest in this state as compared to that in the country. The road network of Andhra Pradesh includes national highways numbered NH 18, 16, 205, 202, 214, 214A, 221, 219, 234, 222, 43, 4, 63, 9, 5 and 7.

Roads act as the lifelines for a state or city because they facilitate the transport of people and various essential and not essential commodities from one place to other. You can use the clickable road map of Andhra Pradesh given above to help you travel; without any hassle s and hesitations.




Last Updated on : 15/04/2013



     


     

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