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National Highway 33 (India)(old numbering)

 

National Highway 33 (India)(old numbering)

Indian National Highway 33
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National Highway 33

Road map of India with National Highway 33 highlighted in solid blue color
Route information
Length: 352 km (219 mi)
Major junctions
North end: Barhi, Hazaribagh district, Jharkhand
South end: Baharagora, East Singhbhum district, Jharkhand
Location
States: Jharkhand
Primary
destinations:
Barhi - Hazaribagh - Mandu - Ranchi - Chandil - Jamshedpur - Ghatsila - Baharagora
Highway system
NH 32 NH 34

National Highway 33 (NH 33) is a National Highway in India entirely within the state of Jharkhand that connects Barhi in Hazaribagh district with Baharagora in East Singhbhum district in Jharkhand.[1] The total length of NH 33 is 352 km (219 mi).[2]

It starts from the junction of NH 2 and NH 31 at Barhi and ends in the junction of NH 6 at Baharagora.

Contents

  • Route 1
    • Road Re-construction 1.1
  • See also 2
  • External links 3
  • References 4

Route

Road Re-construction

Serial No Route Length (in km) NHDP Phase Category Concessionaire Funded By State
1 [Four-laning [Ranchi]] - Rargaon - Jamshedpur 163.5 NHDP Phase III Madhucon Projects Annuity Jharkhand
Route NH# Length (Km) Project Contractor
Four-Laning of Jamshedpur (Mahulia) - Behragora - Kharagpur 33 & 6 127 Simplex Infrastructure Projects Ltd., India


See also

External links

  • [1] Route map of NH 33
  • [2] About NH 33

References

  1. ^ [3] Section 11, Serial # 25
  2. ^ "National Highways Starting and Terminal Stations". Ministry of Road Transport & Highways. Retrieved 2012-12-02. 


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