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National Highway 209 (India)(old numbering)

 

National Highway 209 (India)(old numbering)

Indian National Highway 209
209

National Highway 209

Route information
Length: 456 km (283 mi)
Major junctions
From: Bangalore, Karnataka
To: Vedasandur, Dindigul District, Tamil Nadu
Location
States: Karnataka: 170 km
Tamil Nadu: 286 km
Primary
destinations:
Kollegal - Chamrajanagar - Bannari - Sathyamangalam - Coimbatore - Pollachi - Palani - Dindigul
Highway system
NH 208 NH 210

National Highway 209 is a National Highway in Southern India. It starts from Dewan Madhao Rao road in Basavanagudi, Bengaluru in Karnataka and ends at NH 7 at Vedasandur north of Dindigul District in Tamil Nadu. The road crosses Kaveri river between Malavalli and Sattegala and it crosses from Punujanooru in Karnataka into Hasanooru in Tamil Nadu. The road is called Sathyamangalam road between Coimbatore and Sathyamangalam of Erode District and Kanakapura road between Bangalore and Kanakapura of Ramanagara district. This is the most important road passing through the Coimbatore city and its suburbs. The length of the road is about 44 km within its city limits including suburbs. There is a proposal to convert the Dindigal - Annur(Coimbatore) as an expressway in this route due to the volume of vehicular and truck traffic. This route passing through ghat section from Sathyamangalam to Hasanooru in Tamil Nadu.

Contents

  • Tamil Nadu Route 1
  • Karnataka Side Route 2
  • Heavy Traffic 3
    • Coimbatore Area 3.1
  • History 4
  • Road Widening 5
  • Gallery 6
  • References 7

Tamil Nadu Route

Hasanooru, Bannari, Sathyamangalam, Puliyampatti, Annur(suburb of Coimbatore), Coimbatore, Pollachi, Udumalaipettai, Madathukulam, Palani and Dindigul.

There is a proposal for extending this highway as NH 209-A, which splits from Sathy towards Erode via Gobi and reaches Dindigul via Sivagiri, Aravakkurichi.

Karnataka Side Route

Bengaluru, Kaggalipura, Harohalli, Kanakapura, Halagur, Malavalli, Sattegala, Kollegal, Yelandur, Chamrajanagar and Punujanooru.

Heavy Traffic

Coimbatore Area

NH 209 at Bannari, Erode district

Kinathukadavu - Echanari(Coimbatore bypass towards Madukarai on NH 47) - Sundrapuram - Attuppalam toll gate - Karumbukadai - Ukkadam - Oppanakara street - Town Hall - Gandhipuram(Dr. Nanjappa Road) - Ganapathy - Sivanandapuram - Saravanampatti - Sarcarsamakulam - Kovilpalayam - Ganesapuram - Kariyampalayam - Annur.

History

Tippu Sultan, the associated King of Mysore Kingdom used to travel along this route. When he had the plan to extend his kingdom to Coimbatore,he took Mysore-Nanjangud-Chamarajanagar-Sathy route to execute the plan.The mode of Transportation was with either Bull or Horse carts.He had placed many of his soldiers and Horse shoe fitters along the villages of this route.Even today, we can see large number of Muslim settlements in Kavalande of Nanjanagud Taluk and in Chamarajanagar.So,in historical perspective,Chamarajanagar-Coimbatore section of NH -209 is important.

Road Widening

Four lane road proposed from Dindigul to Coimbatore, considering the traffic and growth on the Dindigul-Coimbatore-Annur road. The road passes through the Coimbatore city and it is popularly known as Sathyamangalam road. Within the city stretch, the proposed flyover at Gandhipuram would traffic and ease congestion on Sathyamangalam road. Due to heavy volume of traffic between Saravanampatty and Annur the authorities proposed to have this stretch into a four-lane one. The other section covered 42 km from Annur to Sathyamangalam which will be converted into two-lane including the Dhimbam Ghat Section.

Gallery

References

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