Reach Nagpur by Road



To reach Nagpur by road, one can avail the roadways that lead to the city of Nagpur in Maharashtra. Nagpur is one of the most significant economic hubs not only of the state of Maharashtra, but also in the entire country of India. Keeping the important central position of Nagpur in mind, good and motorable Nagpur roads have been constructed in the city to cater to the needs of transportation in the place.

To reach Nagpur by road, you can avail two major roads in Nagpur, on which different means of road transport ply in the city of Nagpur. The names of these two roads are the National Highway number 6 and the National Highway number 7.

The road route of the National Highway number 7 links up two important places of the country. The names of these two regions are Kanyakumari and Varanasi. The other major road of the city, that is, the National Highway number 6, connects three major destinations of India. The names of these three places are Sambalpur, Mumbai and Kolkata. Therefore, one can easily communicate to Nagpur by car via these two National Highways of the city, from some of the most significant places of the subcontinent, which include the city of Sambalpur, Mumbai, Kolkata, Kanyakumari and Varanasi.

One of the most important roadways of Nagpur links the two cities of Mumbai and Nagpur. The road distance between Mumbai and Nagpur is about 837 kms.

The roadways of Nagpur form a commonly preferred means of communication in the city of Nagpur, other than the airways and the railways of the place.



Last Updated on 9/26/2011



     


     

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