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National Highway 9 (India)(old numbering)

National Highway 9 marker

National Highway 9
Route information
Length: 841 km (523 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Pune, Maharashtra
 
East end: Machilipatnam, Andhra Pradesh
Location
States:
Primary
destinations:
Pune – Solapur – Zaheerabad – Hyderabad – Suryapet – Vijayawada – Machilipatnam
Highway system
NH 8E NH 10

National Highway 9 (NH 9) is a major National Highway in central India, stretching 841 km (523 mi) from Pune in Maharashtra through the states of Karnataka and Telangana to Machilipatnam in Andhra Pradesh.[1]

Major Cities on the Route

Some major cities and towns along NH 9 are Pune, Indapur, Solapur, Umarga, Humnabad, Zahirabad, Hyderabad, Choutuppal, Narketpally, Suryapet, Kodad, Nandigama, Vijayawada, Vuyyuru and Machilipatnam.

Madinaguda, Hyderabad lies on NH-9

Improvements

NH 9 in Suryapet
NH 9 near the outskirts of Solapur

A 40 km (25 mi) section west of Pune has been developed into a good quality 4 lane highway.A 70 km (43 mi) section west of Hyderabad was extended to 4 lanes to accommodate heavy traffic of the suburban areas around Hyderabad.

The entire stretch of Hyderabad-Vijayawada has been extended to 4 lanes (6 Lanes in certain areas) and this work was completed in December 2012.

References

  1. ^ [1] Details of National Highways in India-Source-Govt. of India

External links

  • NH 9 Map

See also

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