રાષ્ટ્રીય ધોરીમાર્ગ 2 (ભારત)
ઘાટા ભૂરા રંગે દર્શાવેલા રાષ્ટ્રીય ધોરીમાર્ગ 2 સાથેનો ભારતનો માર્ગ નકશો.
|લંબાઈ||૦ કિ.મી. (૦ માઇલ)|
GQ: ૧૪૫૪ કિ.મી. (નવી દિલ્હી - કોલકાતા)
NS: ૨૫૩ કિ.મી. (નવી દિલ્હી - આગ્રા)
EW: ૩૫ કિ.મી. (બારાહ - કાનપુર)
|પશ્ચિમ અંત||નવી દિલ્હી|
|પૂર્વ અંત||દાંકુણી, કોલકાતા પાસે|
|રાજ્યો:||દિલ્હી: ૧૨ કિ.મી., હરિયાણા: ૭૪ કિ.મી., ઉત્તર પ્રદેશ: ૭૫૨ કિ.મી., બિહાર: ૨૦૨ કિ.મી., ઝારખંડ: ૧૯૦ કિ.મી., પશ્ચિમ બંગાળ: ૨૩૫ કિ.મી.. આ માર્ગ AH1ના ભાગરૂપે એશિયન ધોરીમાર્ગનો પણ ભાગ છે. જે જાપાનથી તુર્કી સુધી પથરાયેલો છે.|
|નવી દિલ્હી, આગ્રા, કાનપુર, ફતેહપુર જિલ્લો, કૌશમ્બી, અલ્હાબાદ, વારાણસી, મુગલસરાય, મોહાનીયા, પાનગઢ, પલસીત|
રાષ્ટ્રીય ધોરીમાર્ગ 2 (NH 2), જે સામાન્ય રીતે દિલ્હી-કોલકાતા માર્ગ તરીકે ઓળખાય છે, ભારતનાં સર્વાધિક વ્યસ્ત માર્ગોમાંનો એક છે. આ માર્ગ દેશના છ રાજ્યોમાંથી પસાર થાય છે અને રાષ્ટ્રીય ધોરીમાર્ગ 91 તથા રાષ્ટ્રીય ધોરીમાર્ગ 1 સાથે ‘ગ્રાન્ડ ટ્રંક રોડ’ના મુખ્ય ભાગ સમાન છે.
NH 2 in Uttar Pradesh[ફેરફાર કરો]
(West-east alignment) The National Highway 2 enters Uttar Pradesh from Delhi in Mathura district, and a part of it is known as Mathura Road. Before Mathura it covers Palwal and Faridabad city in Haryana. After Mathura it reaches Agra which is about 200 km (120 mi) from Delhi. In Agra it covers about 16 km (9.9 mi). After leaving Agra it enters Etawah where 15 km bypass of city is made. After leaving Etawah it enters Kanpur city where a 23 km (14 mi) and 12 lane Kanpur over-bridge has been built which is also one of the largest over-bridges in the Asia. In Kanpur it covers industrial belts (Akbarpur-Maharajpur) around 60 km (37 mi) and then it reaches Fatehpur District and covers 16 km (9.9 mi) area of Fatehpur City and it also covers a 24 km (15 mi) long area of Malwan Industrial Area of UPSIDC Fatehpur district where many major industries are situated & the world's famous Mohan Malwan Peda is also Situated on NH-2 Near Malwan Fatehpur
, Fatehpur have 3 by-pass section in NH-2, 1st is Kanpur by-pass 2nd is Lucknow by-pass and 3rd is Allahabad by-pass Fatehpur is a major district between Kanpur and Allahabad and then it reaches Allahabad via Kaushambhi and covers 16 km (9.9 mi) in city then reachesVaranasi-Mughalsarai covers 15 km (9.3 mi) and thus leaves U.P. This national highway has given a new life to public transport in Northern India. The overbridges built in Agra, Kanpur, Fatehpur and Allahabad have reduced city traffic problems. Allahabad Bypass Expressway is also the country's longest bypass section.
NH 2 in Bihar[ફેરફાર કરો]
(West-east alignment) The Bihar stretch of NH 2 starts from the bridge on the Karmanasa River that forms the border with Uttar Pradesh. NH 2 runs for 202 km in the state and then enters Jharkhand, between Dobhi and Chauparan, around Barachatti. In between it passes through Kaimur district. Mohania is the first major town on it. Also NH 30 is connected to NH 2 in the city and leads to Patna city. The next city is Sasaram where there is the tomb of Great Emperor Sher Shah Suri. At Dehri- on-Son it crosses the wide expanse of the Son River over the Jawahar Setu. At Dobhi it meets the road to Gaya and Patna (NH 83). NH 98 from Patna to Daltonganj crosses NH 2 at Aurangabad.
NH 2 in Jharkhand[ફેરફાર કરો]
(East-west alignment) The Jharkhand stretch of NH 2 extends from the bridge on the Barakar River on the Asansol-Nirsa bypass to around Barachatti, and runs for 190 kilometres (120 mi). Immediately after crossing into Jharkhand from West Bengal, NH2 meets the junction with the road on the north leading to Maithon and the road on the south leading to Panchet. NH 2 returns to old Grand Trunk Road at Nirsa. At Gobindpur NH 2 meets NH 32 leading to Dhanbad and Jamshedpur. At Topchanchi there is a picturesque lake, off NH2. Thereafter for a long stretch up to Isri the massive Parasnath Hills / Shikharji dominates on the northern side of NH 2. At Dumri, the road on the north leads to Madhuban and Giridih. The next important junction is Bagodar where NH 100 meets NH2. There is a road leading to Hazaribagh Road station. At Barhi is the crossing with NH31 and NH33. Between Chauparan and Dobhi, around Barachatti, NH 2 crosses over to Bihar. Much of the Jharkhand sector of NH 2 passes through an undulating area on Koderma plateau.
NH 2 in West Bengal[ફેરફાર કરો]
(East-west alignment) The West Bengal end of NH 2 starts or terminates at Dankuni in the outskirts of Kolkata . There is a 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) stretch to the Nivedita Bridge, and thereafter Belghoria Expressway links it to Barrackpur Trunk Road, and Jessore Road/ NH 34. Alternatively, Kolkata bound traffic takes the NH 6 at Dankuni and then follows the Kona Expressway/NH 117 and Vidyasagar Setu to enter Kolkata.
The four–lane West Bengal portion of NH 2 stretches from Barakar to Dankuni and the entire stretch is complete. The 65 kilometres (40 mi) Dankuni-Palsit stretch is also known as Durgapur Expressway. From Palsit to the outskirts of Asansol it follows the old Grand Trunk Road bypassing such towns as Saktigarh, Bardhaman and Raniganj but passes through Durgapur and Andal. The Palsit–Panagarh stretch is 64 kilometres (40 mi) and the Panagarh–Raniganj stretch is 42 kilometres (26 mi). At Panagarh Darjeeling Mor NH 2 meets Panagarh–Morgram Highway. In the outskirts of Asansol NH 2 leaves Grand Trunk Road. The latter passes through crowded areas of Asansol, Neamatpur, Kulti and Barakar in West Bengal and Chirkunda and Kumardhubi in Jharkhand. A bypass links the outskirts of Asansol with Nirsa, where the NH 2 gets back to Grand Trunk Road. The Raniganj–Barakar stretch is 33 kilometres (21 mi). The widened 120 kilometres (75 mi) Panagarh–Dhanbad stretch was thrown open to traffic in 2001.
Construction cost of the 130 kilometres (81 mi) Panagarh–Dankuni section was 178 million US dollars. The entire stretch in West Bengal happens to be a toll zone. There are toll plazas at three places: Asansol, Palsit and Dankuni. Asansol toll plaza is now closed. Instead a new toll booth has been established at Maithon More in Jharkhand, just a few kilometres after crossing the bridge on Barakar River. According to the NHAI’s statistical record, in 2008 everyday about 850,000 to 900,000 vehicles plied between Barakar and Dankuni. The gross toll collection amounted to Rs 2,500,000 per day. Large number of buses ply along NH 2. South Bengal State Transport Corporation operates 47 buses between Durgapur and Kolkata alone. In 2008 South Bengal State Transport Corporation has started bus services between Burdwan and Kolkata.Both AC and non AC buses are available. There are around 50 buses. In 2011 Royal Express AC bus service was started between Burdwan and Kolkata.
National Highways Development Project[ફેરફાર કરો]
- Almost all of the 1,465 km (910 mi) stretch of NH 2 has been selected as a part of the Golden Quadrilateral by the National Highways Development Project.
- Approximately 253 km (157 mi) stretch of NH 2 between Delhi and Agra has been selected as a part of the North-South Corridor by the National Highways Development Project.
- Approximately 35 km (22 mi) stretch of NH 2 between Barah and Kanpur has been selected as a part of the East-West Corridor by the National Highways Development Project.
NH 2 પરના મુખ્ય શહેરો[ફેરફાર કરો]
- Kanpur Cantonment
- Fatehpur District
ચિત્ર ગેલેરી[ફેરફાર કરો]
- ↑ "આર્કાઇવ ક .પિ". મૂળ માંથી 2013-03-15 પર સંગ્રહિત. મેળવેલ 2013-11-28.
- ↑ "Completed Stretches on NH2 (Delhi-Kolkata)". Status : 31st Aug , 2005. National Highways Authority of India. મૂળ માંથી 2009-02-14 પર સંગ્રહિત. મેળવેલ 2009-01-19.
- ↑ "NHAI to award Rs 8,000-cr contracts in two months". The Hindu Business Line, 22 October 2001. મેળવેલ 2009-01-19. Italic or bold markup not allowed in:
- ↑ "Public Private Participation: Success Stories in India" (PDF). “Asia on the Move: Energy Efficient and Inclusive Transport” Presented by S.K. Gupta. ADB Transport Forum. મૂળ (PDF) માંથી 2011-06-07 પર સંગ્રહિત. મેળવેલ 2009-01-19.
- ↑ Siddiqui, Kanchan. "NHAI, truckers incur heavy losses". The Statesman, 27 August 2008. મેળવેલ 2009-01-19. Italic or bold markup not allowed in:
- ↑ ૬.૦ ૬.૧ ૬.૨  સંગ્રહિત ૨૦૦૯-૦૨-૨૫ ના રોજ વેબેક મશિન National Highways-Source-National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)