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National Highway 37 (India)(old numbering)

National Highway 37 marker

National Highway 37
Road map of India with National Highway 37 highlighted in solid blue color
Route information
Part of
Length: 740 km (460 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Goalpara, Assam
East end: Roing, Arunachal Pradesh
Location
States: Assam, Arunachal Pradesh
Primary
destinations:
Goalpara - Guwahati - Jorhat - Makum - Saikhoaghat - Tinsukia
Highway system
NH 36 NH 37A

National Highway 37 is a National Highway in India that runs from Panchratna (near Goalpara) across Assam state to Roing in Arunachal Pradesh. The total length of NH 37 is 740 km (460 mi).[1] It is also known as A.T. (Assam Trunk road) Road in Assam.

Route

National Highway 37 branches off from NH 31 as NH 31B, crosses the Brahmaputra River at Goalpara and traverses the entire width of Assam state along the South of the River. The places along the highway are Guwahati (from where NH 40bifurcates to Shillong), Nagaon (from where NH 36 bifurcates to Dimapur), Jorhat, Sibsagar, Dinjan, Dibrugarh and Tinsukia. This national highway number 37 passes through Kaziranga National Park in the state of Assam, and ends near Roing in the state of Arunachal Pradesh.

Asian Highway

National Highway 37 also connects the Asian Highway 1 from Numaligarh passing through Kaziranga and Nagaon to Guwahati. This route is 'Wide Two Lane' from Numaligarh to Nagaon and 'Four Lane' from Nagaon to Guwahati.

External links

  • [1] National Highway No.37—Goalpara-Saikhoa Ghat map] at MapsOfIndia.com

References

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