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With approximately twenty one major hills ranges of different heights, with some plains scattered around, Mizoram holds a road network of around 4000 km of minor village roads and a few National Highways.
The State of Mizoram is connected to the Indian road network through National Highway number 54 from Silchar, Assam. Another highway, National Highway number 150 connects the state with Seling town, Mizoram to Imphal in Manipur and National Highway number 40A links Mizoram with the State of Tripura.

A special permit labeled "Inner Line Permit" (ILP) is mandatory for entry into Mizoram for people other than government workers. The pass needs to be acquired from the Liaison Officer, Government of Mizoram in Silchar or from the Liaison Officer in Kolkata or from Mizoram house in Delhi, Guwahati, Shillong and Kolkata in West Bengal. The pass can also be taken from Lengpui Airport on Arrival in Mizoram.

The MST or Mizoram State Transport provides public transportation in Mizoram. It operates buses on more than 30 bus routes and has more than 60 buses in its fleet. The bus service is carried out by four major bus depots in the state; they are located at Aizawl, Lunglei, Silchar and Saiha. The transportation facility is very reasonably priced and comfortable for the public. Mizoram State Transport runs ordinary, deluxe and mini type of buses and provides day and night bus services to supply the requirements of the passengers. Senior citizens and handicapped people can travel at concession rates in buses.



Last Updated on : 6 March 2013


     


     

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