Top 10 Longest National Expressways in India

Indian road network has approximately 1324 km of expressways and 25 are under construction. National Expressways Authority of India has approved seven new expressways, few of them are 124 km long Kanpur Metropolitan Bypass,111 km Bangalore Mysore Infrastructure Corridor,Biju Expressway,Chennai ORR and the longest under construction Ganga Expressway of 1047 km in Uttar Pradesh.

Agra Lucknow Expressway – 301 km


Agra Lucknow Expressway in Uttar Pradesh is the longest expressway in India, followed by Yamuna Expressway and expected to be inaugurated on 21st November 2016. The 302 kms controlled access super highway becomes the longest expressway in India and 8 Indian Air Force fighter jets successfully landed on Agra-Lucknow expressway for opening of longest expressway in the country.

Yamuna Expressway – 165 km


After the inauguration of Agra Lucknow Expressway, The 165 km long Yamuna Expressway will be second longest access controlled expressway in India. The 6 lane can be extendable to 8 lanes expressway starts from Greater Noida and connect Agra and was the India’s longest controlled-access expressway stretch.

Hyderabad ORR – 158 km


Outer Ring Road expressway of Hyderabad has been developed to encircle the City of Hyderabad. The 158 km long 8 lane ring road expressway improve the connectivity Greater Hyderabad and built by Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority.

Mumbai Nashik Expressway – 150 km


Mumbai Nashik Expressway is the largest BOT road project in India, connecting Mumbai to Nasik. The 150 km long build operate transfer expressway is one of the most amazing expressway in the state of Maharashtra.

Western Peripheral Expressway – 135 km

Western Peripheral Expressway is a 6-lane 135.6 km long expressway in Haryana and along with the Eastern Peripheral Expressway it creates largest Ring Road around Delhi.

Eastern Peripheral Expressway – 135 km

Eastern Peripheral Expressway at Kundli is a 135 km long six-lane expressway in Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. The expressway has closed tolling system, speed check, cameras, solar panels, motion sensors and safety features.

Delhi Meerut Expressway – 96 km

Delhi–Meerut Expressway is the widest 96 km long national expressway, connecting Delhi with Meerut. The widest greenfield expressway of India is widened to 14 lanes which includes 6 lane expressway, 8 lane normal highway, flyovers and underpass section.

Ahmedabad Vadodara Expressway – 95 km

Ahmedabad-Vadodara Expressway

Ahmedabad Vadodara Expressway is also known as Mahatma Gandhi Expressway, connecting the Ahmedabad and Vadodara cities of Gujarat. The National Expressway 1 was opened in 2003 and inaugurated by the Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

Mumbai Pune Expressway – 94.5 km


Mumbai Pune Expressway is the first 6 lane concrete and access controlled tolled expressway in India. The expressway is one of India’s busiest road, connecting the cities of Mumbai and Pune in Maharashtra.

Jaipur Kishangarh Expressway – 90 km

Jaipur-Kishangarh Expressway

Jaipur Kishangarh Expressway is a six lane expressway, connecting Jaipur to Kishangarh. The 90 km long access controlled toll expressway is part of National Highway 8 and Golden Quadrilateral project.

Allahabad Bypass

Allahabad Bypass Expressway is part of the National Highway 2 and is the longest bypass section in India. The 86 km long Allahabad Bypass is access controlled highway and 4th longest expressway in Uttar Pradesh.

National Highway 2

Durgapur Expressway is the part of National Highway 2 that connects national capital Delhi with Kolkata. The 65 km long stretch of Dankuni to Palsit is called as Durgapur Expressway and known to be one of the best expressway in West Bengal.

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