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National Highway 27 (India)(old numbering)

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National Highway 27 (India)(old numbering)

National Highway 27 marker

National Highway 27
Road map of India with National Highway 27 highlighted in solid blue color
Route information
Length: 93 km (58 mi)
Major junctions
North end: Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh
South end: Mangawan, Madhya Pradesh
Location
States: Uttar Pradesh:
Madhya Pradesh:
Highway system
NH 26 NH 28

National Highway 27 (NH 27) is a National Highway in India that links Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh with Mangawan in Madhya Pradesh. This highway passes through Sohagi and Katra. It is two-laned highway except for the four laned Cable Stayed Yamuna Bridge avenue in Allahabad (See Image Below on right pane). A new two laned flyover has also been constructed at the Ghoorpur Railway crossing for easy movement of traffic.

This Cable-Stayed four lane road bridge on Yamuna river in Allahabad is one of the largest constructions of India.
NH 27 is an upgraded 4-lane highway that connects Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh to Mangawan, Madhya Pradesh

Out of its total length of , it traverses in Uttar Pradesh and in Madhya Pradesh.

NH 27 Start From Porbandar (End of Gujrat border)

External links

  • [1] Map of NH 27


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