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National Highway 31 (India)(old numbering)

Indian National Highway 31
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National Highway 31

Road map of India with National Highway 31 highlighted in blue
Route information
Length: 1,125 km (699 mi)
EW: 398 km (247 mi) (Purnea - Galgalia)
Major junctions
From: Junction with NH 2NH 33 at Barhi
To: Junction with NH 37 near Guwahati
Location
States: Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Assam
Primary
destinations:
Bakhtiarpur - Mokameh - Purnea - Dalkhola - Siliguri - Sevok - Cooch Behar- Gauripur - Barpeta Road - Nalbari - Guwahati
Highway system
NH 30A NH 31A
National Highway 31 near Lataguri, West Bengal.

National Highway 31 is an important National Highway in India. It provides a gateway to the states of North-East India. The highway is 1,125 km (699 mi) long.[1] It starts in Barhi, Jharkhand at the NH 2 and generally trends to the northeast, passing through Jhumri Tilaiya, Koderma, Nawada, Bihar Sharif, Bakhtiarpur, Mokameh, Begusarai, Purnea, Dalkhola, Kishanganj, Bagdogra, Siliguri, Malbazar, Mainaguri, Dhupguri, Cooch Behar, Tufanganj, Kokrajhar, and Nalbari before ending at Jalukbari, Guwahati.

Junctions

  1. At Bihar SharifNH 82 to Gaya and Mokamah and NH 110 to Jehanabad and Arwal
  2. At BakhtiarpurNH 30 to Patna and Mohania
  3. At MokamahNH 80 to Farrakka.
  4. Near BarauniNH 28 to Lucknow
  5. At KoraNH 81 to Ingraj Bazar/Malda
  6. At PurneaNH 57 to Muzaffarpur
  7. At DalkholaNH 34 to Dum Dum in north Kolkata
  8. At Mainaguri – National Highway 31 (A)-(D) to Jalpaiguri City
  9. At MatigaraNH 55 to Darjeeling
  10. At SevokeNH 31A to Gangtok

National Highway Development Project

A stretch of NH 31 approximately 398 km (247 mi) in length has been selected as a part of the East-West Corridor by the National Highways Development Project.[2]

See also

External links

  • NH 31 on MapsofIndia.com
  • Nalanda travel guide from Wikivoyage – around 35 kilometres (22 mi) off NH 31
  • Rajgir travel guide from Wikivoyage – around 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) from Nalanda
  • Gorumara National Park travel guide from Wikivoyage – around 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) off NH 31

References

  1. ^ [1] Details of National Highways in India-Source-Govt. of India
  2. ^ [2] National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)
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