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National Highway 206 (India)(old numbering)

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National Highway 206 (India)(old numbering)

National Highway 206 marker

National Highway 206
Route information
Length: 363 km (226 mi)
Major junctions
From: Tumkur
To: Honnavar
Location
States: Karnataka: 363 km
Primary
destinations:
Gubbi-Nittur-Kondli Cross-KB Cross-, Tiptur - Arsikere -Banavara- Kadur - Birur-tarikereBhadravati - Shimoga-Sagara-Jog falls-Honnavara.
Highway system
NH 205 NH 207

National Highway 206 (NH 206) is a National Highway in India entirely within the state of Karnataka. NH 206 connects the towns of Tumkur and Honnavar and is 363 km long.[1]

The NH 206 was a state highway of Karnataka and was known as State Highway 68 (SH 68) or BH Road (Bangalore-Honnavar Road) before it was upgraded as a national highway. At Honnavar, it starts at the junction with NH 17 and crosses NH 13 before joining NH 4 near Tumkur.

Route

See also

Banavara

References

  1. ^ Start and end points of National Highways

External links

  • NH network map of India


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