State wise distribution of National Highways in India

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is an autonomous agency of the Government of India.

 It is a nodal agency of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. At present, we have 100088 kms. national highways in the country. As much as 40 per cent of the traffic moves on these 2 per cent national highways. NHAI has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Indian Space Research Organisation for satellite mapping of highways.


Serial No. Name of the State/Union Territory Length(Kms.)
1) Uttar Pradesh 8483
2) Rajasthan  7906
3) Maharashtra  7434
4) Karnataka  6502
5) Andhra Pradesh  5231
6) Madhya Pradesh 5193
7) Tamil Nadu 5006
8) Gujarat 4970
9) Bihar  4678
10) Odisha  4644
11) Assam  3811
12) Chhattisgarh  3078
13) West Bengal  2909
14) Uttrakhand  2841
15) Punjab  2769
16) Jharkhand  2653
17) Telangana  2635
18) Haryana  2622
19) Himachal Pradesh  2622
20) Jammu & Kashmir  2593
21) Arunachal Pradesh  2513
22) Kerala  1811
23) Manipur  1745
24) Mizoram  1381
25) Meghalaya  1204
26) Nagaland 1150
27) Tripura 577
28) Andaman & Nicobar 330
29) Sikkim 309
30) Goa  262
31) Delhi  80
32) Puducherry 64
33) Dadra & Nagar Haveli 31
34) Daman & Diu 22
35) Chandigarh  15
                                TOTAL                              100088



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