Which city in India has best roads?
Of all the cities traveled, Delhi has the best roads so far.
Which state of India has best roads?
Which state has the best roads in India? According to the data, Karnataka has the best roads in India with a total of 184,918.
Which is the most beautiful road in India?
10 Picturesque Highways in India
- Rameswaram Pamban Bridge.
- Visakhapatnam to Araku Valley.
- Mumbai to Pune Expressway.
- Guwahati to Tawang.
- Shillong to Cherrapunjee.
- Manali to Leh Highway.
- Gangtok to Lake Tsomgo & Nathu-La Pass.
- Bangalore to Ooty.
Which is the best route in India?
Delhi to Agra to Jaipur — The Golden Triangle
Start your journey from Delhi and drive to Agra via the Yamuna Expressway, one of the country’s finest roads. Once in Agra, visit the Taj, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. Travel to Jaipur the next day and explore the palaces and forts.
Which is the No 1 city in India?
The following is a list of top cities in India
|Serial no.||Indian Cities||Population|
Which is the dirtiest state in India?
Patna is declared the dirtiest city of India. This capital city of Bihar has a population of 1 million. After the result of of swachh sarvekshan came out the political leaders started blame gaming. For the fifth time Bihar gets the dirtiest state of India tag.
Which is the best state in India 2020?
NEW DELHI: Kerala emerged as the best governed state in the country while Uttar Pradesh ended at the bottom of the heap in the large states category in the Public Affairs Index-2020 (PAI-2020) released by Public Affairs Centre on Friday. Among the Union Territories, Chandigarh emerged as the best.
Which is the longest expressway in India?
The entire Ganga Expressway project is expected to cost over ₹36,000 crore and the construction is slated to begin in September this year. The Ganga Expressway will be approximately 594 kms long, according to the Uttar Pradesh govt.
Who builds city roads in India?
The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is the authority responsible for the development, maintenance and management of the National Highways entrusted to it. The NHAI has been undertaking developmental activities under the National Highways Development Project (NHDP) in five phases.