Road Maps of Nagaland


Dimapur Road MapKiphire Road MapKohima Road MapLongleng Road Map
Mokokchung Road MapMon Road MapPeren Road MapPhek Road Map
Tuensang Road MapWokha Road Mapzunheboto Road Map



Nagaland has a road network of 9860 kms. As many as 900 villages in the state are connected by roads. In the absence of a well developed railway and air network, Nagaland relies heavily on its road network. Dimapur is the only city in the state of Nagaland to have a railway station and an airport.

The state of Nagaland is divided into 11 districts. MapsofIndia brings you the road map of 8 districts of Nagaland. These include:

  • Dimapur Road Map
  • Kohima Road Map
  • Mokokchung Road Map
  • Phek Road Map
  • Mon Road Map
  • Tuensang Road Map
  • Workha Road Map
  • Zunheboto Road Map

Last Updated on 22 February 2013



     


     

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