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National Highway 214A (India)(old numbering)

Indian National Highway 214A
214A

National Highway 214A

Route information
Length: 255 km (158 mi)
Major junctions
From: Digamarru, junction of NH 214
To: Ongole, junction of NH 5
Location
States: Andhra Pradesh: 255 km
Primary
destinations:
Narasapur - Machillipatnam - Challapalle - Avanigadda - Repalle - Bapatla - Chirala
Highway system

National Highway 214A (NH 214A) starts from Digamarru (junction of NH 214) and ends at Ongole (junction of NH 5), both places in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The highway is 255 km long and runs only in the state of Andhra Pradesh.The Roads and Buildings (R&B) department handed over the single-lane road to National Highways department for development as coastal highway.[1][2]

The construction of bridge across Krishna river near Avanigadda completed which provides easy access to coastal villages between Guntur and Krishna districts. Another bridge across the drain at Lakshmipuram which connects Machilipatnam with Narsapur also completed. The single-lane curved road needs much improvements.

Route

See also

References

  1. ^ "National Highways in A.P". AP Online Portal. Retrieved 4 August 2014. 
  2. ^ "National Highways in Andhra Pradesh". Maps of India. Retrieved 4 August 2014. 

External links

  • NH network map of India


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