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List of state highways in Madhya Pradesh

 

List of state highways in Madhya Pradesh

The state highways are arterial routes of a state, linking district headquarters and important towns within the state and connecting them with national highways or Highways of the neighboring states.

Introduction

Madhya Pradesh state has a good road network. There are 20 national highways with total length of 3,714 km and many state highways with total length of 8,728 km.

List of State Highways in Madhya Pradesh

State highway № Route Passes Through - District(s) Length (in km)
MP SH 1 MHOW - Mandleshwar - Khargaon 119.40
MP SH 2 Urai - Gopalpur (Uttar Pradesh) - Milhona - Ater - Porsa - Morena - Sabalgarh - Karoli - To Rajasthan Border 247.20
MP SH 6 Shivpuri - Sheopur - Sawai Madhopur - To Rajasthan Border 143.60
MP SH 9 Manikpur (Uttar Pradesh) - Rewa - Shahdol - Pandaria - To Chhatisgarh Border 400.48
MP SH 9 A Shahdol - Amarkantak 81.60
MP SH 10 Ramanulganj (Chhatisgarh) - Jaisinghnagar - Barhi - Katni - Amanganj - Bijawar - Beldeogarh - - Crosses State Border In to Uttar Pradesh - Tikamrh (Uttar Pradesh)- Lalitpur (Uttar Pradesh) - Crosses State Border In to Madhya Pradesh - Chanderi - Isagarh - Lukwasa - Merges in to NH 3 562.50
MP SH 11 Gondia (Maharashtra) - Balaghat - Nainpur - Mandla Chabi - Shahpura - Umaria - Panpatha - Satna - Chitrakoot 528.10
MP SH 11 A Seoni - Nainpur - Mandla 72.80
MP SH 11 B Chiraidongri - Kanha 34.00
MP SH 14 Katni - Damoh - Sagar - Bina - Biaora Khilchipur - Jirapur - Susner (Rajasthan) - Mandsaur - Pratapgarh (Rajasthan) 500.40
MP SH 15 Sagar - Jaisinghnagar - Silwani - Bareli - Shahganj - Budhni - Hoshangabad - Harda - Ashapur - Kandwa 362.90
MP SH 15 A Sagar - Rehli 42.20
MP SH 18 Bhopal - Sehore - Ashta - Dewas - Ujjain - Badnawar - Petlawad - Ahemadabad (Gujarat) 362.30
MP SH 19 Jaithpur (Uttar Pradesh) - Mehgaon - Bhind - Seondha - Datia - Pichhor - Mungaoli - Kuwai - Vidisha - Salamtpur - Bareli - Chhiindwara - Nagpur (Maharashtra) 743.40
MP SH 19 A Matkuli - Pachmarhi 28.00
MP SH 22 Sandalpur - Nasrullanganj - Hoshangabad - Pipariya - Gadarwara - Narsinghpur - Jabalpur - Dindori - Kabir Chabuthra (Chhattisgarh) 530.10
MP SH 23 Sabalgarh - Birpur - Goras - Paron - Guna - Sironj - Bersia - Bhopal 399.20
MP SH 26 Chipli (Chhattisgarh) - Balaghat - Seoni - Chhindwara - Multai - Betil - Khandwa - Khargone - Badwano - alirajpur - Baroda (Gujrat) 692.20
MP SH 27 Jhalawad (Rajasthan) - Soyat - Agar - Ujjain - Indore - Mortakka - Chhaigaon - Burhanpur - Malkapur (Maharashtra) 386.60
MP SH 31 Dhar - Khargaon - Bistan - Chiraiya - Padaliapal - Bhusawal (Maharashtra) - Lebad - Nagda- Badnawar - Ratlam - Jaora - Mandsaur - Neemuch - Nayagaon 402.57
MP SH 31 A Neemuch - Manasa - Bhanpura - Jhalawad (Rajasthan) - Up to Madhya Pradesh Border 140.40
MP SH 37 Jhansi (Uttar Pradesh) - Orcha - Tikamgarh - Damoh - Jabalpur 321.80
MP SH 37 A Jabalpur - Patan - Shahpura 50.00
MP SH 38 Bandheri (NH 59) - Manwar - Khalghat - Maheshwar - Badwah 145.00
MP SH 39 Sendhwa - Badwani - Kukshi - Jobat - Jhabya - Thandia - Kushalgarh (Rajasthan) 149.00
MP SH 39 A Ratlam - Jhabua 87.00
MP SH 40 Dindori - Mandla - Lakhnadagon 134.40
MP SH 41 Kannod - Astha - Sujalpur - Sarangpur - Agar 170.00
MP SH 42 Naktara - Dehgaon - Gairatganj - Beganganj - Rahatgarh - Khurai - Malthon 160.00
MP SH 43 Betul - Paratwada (Maharashtra) - Up to Madhya Pradesh Border 67.80
MP SH 44 Gairatganj - Silwani - Udaipura - Saikheda - Gadarwara 85.00
MP SH 45 Mihona - lahar - Bhandar (NH 25) - Up to Madhya Pradesh Border 100.00
MP SH 47 Chhindwara - Amarwada - Nasinghpur - Up To NH 26 115.00
MP SH 49 Damoh - Hata - Amanganj - Panna - Ajaygarh - Naraini (Uttar Pradesh) - Up to Madhya Pradesh Border 165.00
MP SH 50 Khandwa - Dedtalai - Burhanpur 116.00
MP SH 51 Sihora (NH 7) - Salaiya - Patera - Hata - Dargaon (NH 86) 135.00
MP SH 52 Bela - Govindgarh - Rampur - Churhat 63.50

References

  • Public Works Department, Government of Madhya Pradesh
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