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List of state highways in Mizoram

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List of state highways in Mizoram

Mizoram has an extensive highway network of 927 km with a road density of 43.97 km.

State Highways

Some of the State Highways as per PWD of Mizoram.[1]

  1. Champhai - North Vanlaiphai Road
  2. Keitum - North Vanlaiphai
  3. Lunglei-Thenzawl road
  4. Tlabung-Borapansury Road
  5. Kawlchaw -Tongkolong Rd.
  6. Aizawl-Mamit-Vanhmun-Kumarghat Rd
  7. W.Phaileng to Marpara
  8. Kawnpui to Hortoki road
  9. Saitual-Phullen-Suangpuilawn Road
  10. Khawzawl-Sinzawl-Thanlawn Road
  11. Kawlkulh-Ngopa-Mimbung Road

National Highways

Some of the National Highway like 54 and 154 have been maintained by Mizoram State Government.[2]
Highway№ Route Passes through - district(s) Length (in km)
54 Cachar - Aizawl - Serchhip - Lunglei - Tuipang Silchar, Aizawl, Serchhip, Lunglei, Saiha 850
154 Bairabi - Bilkhawthlir Kolasib, Aizawl, 180
150 Seling - Tipaimukh Aizawl Churuchandpur 700
44A Sairang -Mamit - Tripura Aizawl Aizawl Tripura 230


  1. ^ "ROAD LENGTH UNDER PWD AS ON 31.3.2001". Mizoram PWD. Retrieved 14 September 2012. 
  2. ^ "Mizoram PWD kuta National Highway awmchhan". The Zozam Times. Retrieved 14 September 2012. 

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