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Rajasthan Road Network
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Infrastructure forms the pillars of a state and bolsters its growth. A strong base culminates in rapid progress and rich coffers. Roadways forms an important component of the infrastructure.

1,50,876 kilometers of roadways snakes through the length and breadth of Rajasthan. The state government of Rajasthan boasts of well equipped National Highways, State Highways, spanning nine thousand kilometers, important district roads occupying five thousand and eight hundred kilometers and several other roadways. The national highways traverses 4,481 kilometers. Here is a list of principal national highways.

NH 3- Agra-Dholpur-Mumbai

NH 8- Delhi-Jaipur-Ajmer-Udaipur-Ahmedabad

NH 11- Agra-Bharatpur-Jaipur-Sikar-Bikaner

NH 11 A Dausa-Manoharpur

NH 12 Jaipur-Tonk-Kota-Bhopal-Jabalpur

NH 14- Beawar-Pali-Sirohi-Kandla

NH 15- Pathankot-Ganganagar-Bikaner-Barmer

NH 65 Ambala-Hissar-Churu-Fatehpur

NH 76 Pindwara-Udaipur-Chittor-Kota-Baran

NH 79 Ajmer-Bhilwara-Chittor-Neemuch

NH 89 Bikaner-Nagaur-Ajmer

NH 90 Baran-Aklera

Tourists have plenty to choose from when it comes to conveyance. Plush buses, taxi cab, rickshaws, horse drawn equipages are just some options, among a host of others. State fuelled Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation, is the preferred choice for hundreds and thousands of tourists who traverse the exquisite Rajasthan. ISTD bus stop, Bikaner House, Kalle Khan and Dhola Kuan are some of the RSRTC haunts. You can couple your trip to the marvelous Pink City of Jaipur, with a getaway to Agra, also catered to by the RSRTC. Tour bouquets comprising visits to major tourist hot spots, are also dished out by the RSRTC. All you travel fanatics, cull more information on the range of facilities being dished out by the Corporation by logging on to www.rsrtc.com

A ride in taxicabs, autorickshaws, horse drawn equipages are guaranteed to be an up, close and personal encounter with the real Rajasthan.

In order to instill professionalism and healthy competition, the state government is pushing for the active involvement of tycoons from the world of private sector. With Ms. Vasundhara Raje Scindia for an enthusiastic Chief Minister, prospects seem bright for the history laced Rajasthan.


Last Updated on : 20 February 2013



     


     

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