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National Highway 50 (India)(old numbering)


National Highway 50 (India)(old numbering)

National Highway 50 marker

National Highway 50
Road map of India with National Highway 50 highlighted in solid red color
Route information
Length: 192 km (119 mi)
Major junctions
North end: Nashik, Maharashtra

NH 3 in Nashik
NH 4 near Pune
NH 222 near Ale

NH 9 near Pune (via NH 4)
South end: Pune, Maharashtra
States: Maharashtra
Nashik - Sangamner - Narayangaon - Pune
Highway system
NH 49 NH 51

National Highway 50, or NH 50, is a National Highway in India that runs completely within the state of Maharashtra. The highway connects the cities of Nasik, Sangamner, Narayangaon, Khed and Pune. The road is part of the National Highway network of India, and it is officially listed as running over 192 km (119 mi) from Nasik to Pune. Along with the NH 3 and the NH 4 highways, this highway forms a triangular road network between the cities of Mumbai, Pune and Nasik. [1]


  • Districts, Cities, Towns & Villages connected 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Districts, Cities, Towns & Villages connected

The highway passes through the state of Maharashtra only.

See also


  1. ^

External links

  • [1] NH 50 map on MapsofIndia

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