Madhya Pradesh Road Network Map



Madhya Pradesh Road Network Map

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Madhya Pradesh is the second largest state in India after Rajasthan. The state is home to an extensive roadways network. A Madhya Pradesh Road Network map makes you familiar with the entire roadways network in the state. The Madhya Pradesh Road Development Corporation (MPRDC) has undertaken the responsibility of the execution of 15 State Highway and Major District road projects in the state.

Madhya Pradesh Road Network



The state of Madhya Pradesh state houses an excellent roadways network which comprises national highways, state highways, district roads and other types of roads. It is home to 14 national highways spanning 4676 km and various state highways with an overall span of 8,728 km. The state is a trendsetter in the country in terms of execution of the Gramin Sadak Nirman Pariyojna, which is a plan supported by the Union Government to extend roadway networks to the villages. The table given below will give you an idea about the different types of roadways in Madhya Pradesh:

B.T.WBMClass IITotal (in Km)
State Highways 586055781.3649930.00%
National Highways4676--467600.00%
Village Roads3560.213486.28321.82536820.00%
Major District Roads 16566.812892.72056.33151580.00%


The mean density of roadways in MP is 22.14 km per 100 sq km in comparison to the countrywide mean of 37 km.

State Highways in Madhya Pradesh



Given below is a list of the state highways in Madhya Pradesh along with their length:

State highway NoRouteLength (in km)
MP SH 2Urai - Gopalpur (Uttar Pradesh) - Milhona - Ater - Porsa - Morena - Sabalgarh - Karoli - Till the boundary of Rajasthan 247.2
MP SH 1Mhow - Mandleshwar - Khargaon119.4
MP SH 9Manikpur (Uttar Pradesh) - Rewa - Shahdol - Pandaria - Till the boundary of Chhatisgarh 400.48
MP SH 6Shivpuri - Sheopur - Sawai Madhopur - Till the boundary of Rajasthan 143.6
MP SH 10Ramanulganj (Chhatisgarh) - Jaisinghnagar - Barhi - Katni - Amanganj - Bijawar - Beldeogarh - traverses state boundary Border into UP - Tikamgarh (Uttar Pradesh)- Lalitpur (UP) - traverses state boundary in to Madhya Pradesh - Chanderi - Isagarh - Lukwasa - joins with National Highway 3562.5
MP SH 9 AShahdol - Amarkantak81.6
MP SH 11 A Seoni - Nainpur - Mandla 72.8
MP SH 11Gondia (Maharashtra) - Balaghat - Nainpur - Mandla Chabi - Shahpura - Umaria - Panpatha - Satna - Chitrakoot528.1
MP SH 14Katni - Damoh - Sagar - Bina - Biaora Khilchipur - Jirapur - Susner (Rajasthan) - Mandsaur - Pratapgarh (Rajasthan)500.4
MP SH 11 BChiraidongri - Kanha34
MP SH 15 A Sagar - Rehli 42.2
MP SH 15Sagar - Jaisinghnagar - Silwani - Bareli - Shahganj - Budhni - Hoshangabad - Harda - Ashapur - Kandwa362.9
MP SH 19Jaithpur (Uttar Pradesh) - Mehgaon - Bhind - Seondha - Datia - Pichhor - Mungaoli - Kuwai - Vidisha - Salamtpur - Bareli - Chhiindwara - Nagpur (Maharashtra)743.4
MP SH 18Bhopal - Sehore - Ashta - Dewas - Ujjain - Badnawar - Petlawad - Ahmedabad (Gujarat)362.3
MP SH 22Sandalpur - Nasrullanganj - Hoshangabad - Piparia - Narsinghpur - Jabalpur - Dindori - Kabir Chabuthra (Chhattisgarh)530.1
MP SH 19 AMatkuli - Panchmarhi28
MP SH 26Chipli (Chhattisgarh) - Balaghat - Seoni - Chhindwara - Multai - Betil - Khandwa - Khargone - Badwano - Alirajpur - Vadodara (Gujarat)692.2
MP SH 23Sabalgarh - Birpur - Goras - Paron - Guna - Sironj - Bersia - Bhopal399.2
MP SH 31Dhar - Khargaon - Bistan - Chiraiya - Padaliapal - Bhusawal (Maharashtra) - Lebad - Nagda - Ratlam - Jaora - Mandsaur - Neemuch - Nayagaon 402.57
MP SH 27Jhalawad (Rajasthan) - Agar - Ujjain - Indore - Mortakka - Chhaigaon - Burhanpur - Malkapur (Maharashtra)386.6
MP SH 37Jhansi (Uttar Pradesh) - Orcha - Tikamgarh - Damoh - Jabalpur 140.4
MP SH 31 ANeemuch - Manasa - Bhanpura - Jhalawad (Rajasthan) - Till the boundary of Madhya Pradesh 50
MP SH 37 Jabalpur - Patan - Shahpura321.8
MP SH 39Sendhwa - Badwani - Kukshi - Jobat - Jhabya - Thandia - Kushalgarh (Rajasthan)149
MP SH 38Bandheri (National Highway 59) - Manwar - Khalghat - Maheshwar - Badwah145
MP SH 40ADindori - Mandla - Lakhnadagon 134.4
MP SH 39Ratlam - Jhabua87
MP SH 42Naktara - Dehgaon - Gairatganj - Beganganj - Rahatgarh - Khurai - Malthon 160
MP SH 41Kannod - Astha - Sujalpur - Sarangpur - Agar170
MP SH 44Gairatgank - Silwani - Udaipura - Saikheda - Gadarwada 85
MP SH 45Mihona - Lahar - Bhandar (NH 25) - Till the boundary of Madhya Pradesh 100
MP SH 43Betul - Paratwada (Maharashtra) - Till the boundary of Madhya Pradesh 67.8
MP SH 49Damoh - Hata - Amanganj - Panna - Ajaygarh - Naraini (Uttar Pradesh) - Till the boundary of Madhya Pradesh 165
MP SH 47Chhindwara - Amarwada - Narsinghpur - Till National Highway 26115
MP SH 52Bela - Govindgarh - Rampur - Churhat 63.5
MP SH 51Sihora (National Highway 7) - Salaiya - Patera - Hata - Dargaon (National Highway 86)135


The overall span of the roadways network of the state of Madhya Pradesh is 68105.6 km.

National Highways in Madhya Pradesh



Given below are the 18 National Highways that pass through the state of Madhya Pradesh:

NH-7, NH-3, NH-12A, NH-12, NH-26, NH-25, NH-59, NH-27, NH-69, NH-59A, NH-75 Extension, NH-75, NH-78, NH-76, NH-86, NH-79, NH-86 Extension, and NH-92.

The national highways in Madhya Pradesh cover an overall span of 4676 km.




Last Updated on : January 15, 2015

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