• National Highway 44 (NH 44) is the longest highway in India running form the north-south of India. It connects from Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir to Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu. It was laid and maintained by the Central Public Works department.
• NH 8 is one the most important highway that connects Delhi to Mumbai via Jaipur, Baroda, and Ahmedabad which covers the distance of 1428 km.
• NH 5 connects the highway form the city Kolkata to Chennai. This is the highway included in the golden quadrilateral. This highway covers the distance of 1533 km.
• NH 4 connects from Thane to Chennai via Pune and Belgaum. It covers the distance of 1235km.
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