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Belghoria Expressway

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Belghoria Expressway

Belghoria Expressway
Major junctions
From: Terminal junction point of NH 6 and NH 2 near Dankuni
To: NH 34 (Jessore Road)
States: West Bengal
Highway system

Belghoria Expressway is a four-laned, 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) access controlled tolled expressway in the northern suburbs of Kolkata, West Bengal. It is a key arterial road linking the terminal junction point of NH 2 and NH 6 near Dankuni to Dakshineswar across Nivedita Setu and NH 34 (Jessore Road) near Dum Dum Airport.[1][2]


Belghoria Expressway


  1. ^ "Inauguration of bridge postponed". The Hindu (Chennai, India). 9 June 2007. 
  2. ^ Gupta, Jayanta (23 January 2012). "A cattle track that poses as expressway". Times of India. Retrieved 12 March 2012. 
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