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National Highway 45B (India)(old numbering)

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National Highway 45B (India)(old numbering)

National Highway 45B marker

National Highway 45B
Route information
Length: 252 km (157 mi)
Major junctions
From: Tuticorin-Madurai, Tamil Nadu
To: Madurai-Tiruchi, Tamil Nadu
Location
States: Tamil Nadu
Highway system
NH 45A NH 45C

National Highway 45B is fully located in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. It runs from starting at NH 45 in Trichy and southwards to the port town of Tuticorin where it meets NH 7A. It has major junction points at Madurai with NH 7 and NH 49


Route

Trichy, Viralimalai, Tovarankurichi, Melur, Madurai, Kariapatti, Aruppukottai, Pandalkudi, Kottur, Ettaiyapuram, Eppodumvenran, Kurukluchalai and Tuticorin.

Road improvement projects

The distance of 131 km (81 mi) between Trichy and Madurai is widened into four lanes and the project was completed on May 2010.[1] The widening of the remaining 128 km (80 mi) highway from Madurai to Thoothukudi was also completed by Madhucon Projects Ltd. and SREI - Madhucon granites Ltd. The total length of this highway is 252 km (157 mi) from Trichy to Tuticorin.[2]

References

  1. ^ [1] Madurai to Tiruchy widening-source-NHAI]
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