Delhi is connected to different states of India by its 5 National Highways cutting through many villages of the region.
These National highways connect country’s important industrial and urban centres.
These highways are converged with two ring roads of the capital which are but clogged with traffic.
Delhi Jaipur Highway
Also crossing through National Highway 8, Delhi-Jaipur highway, connects the capital city to Mumbai. This highway is a part of Golden Triangle circuit.
The highway touches almost all the big and small cities on its way to Mumbai City. The road distance from Delhi to Jaipur is about 277kms. The road further moves on to Ajmer. There is a 261 Km Delhi- Jaipur expressway proposed between Delhi and Jaipur to ease the traffic load on this highway.
The places that are covered in this highway are Delhi, Gurgaon, Neemrana, Behror, Shahpura, Dand, Amer and Jaipur
Delhi Agra Highway
This Delhi Agra Highway is part of NH2 which connects Delhi and Kolkata. This 1,465 km long road is a part of historical Grand Trunk Road. Agra is nearly 204 kms from Delhi by road.
This is a well maintained highway with a smooth drive on way. This is a divided highway accessed through Mathura Road and Mehrauli Road in Delhi. The historical Grand Trunk Road is a part of this Highway.
The places that are covered in this highway are Delhi, Faridabad, Hodal, Mathura and Agra
Delhi Saharanpur Highway
Delhi Saharanpur Highway lies on National Highway number 73. The distance to Saharanpur from Delhi is 152 Kms. The road conditions are though not very good, even if an alternate route is taken the roads leading to Saharanpur are same.
The places that are covered in this highway are Delhi, Ghaziabad, Meerut, Muzzaffarnagar and Saharanpur
Delhi Mumbai Highway
This highway that routes through Delhi till Mumbai via Jaipur, Baroda and Ahmadabad is also called as National Highway Number 8.
This is a 1428 km long highway, counted amongst one of the longest highways of the country.
The important places covered in this highway are: Delhi, Gurgaon, Bawal, Kotputli, Paota, Shahpura, Jaipur, Ajmer, Devgarh, Udaipur, Barapal, Paduna, Gandhinagar, Naroda, Ahmadbad, Valsad, Vadodara, Bharuch, Ankleshwar, Kim, Khadana, Chikhli, Vapi, Talsari, Manor, Mandai, Rajavali, Bandra and Mumbai
Delhi Manali Highway
Delhi to Manali road passes through National Highway Number 21 and 1. It is a smooth route with good road conditions accept for a few rough roads in Kiratpur and Roopnagar. Delhi to Manali road is around 57 kms long.
The main places covered in this route are Ambala, Chandigarh, Roopnagar, Kiratpur, Bilaspur, Sunder Nagar Aut, Kullu and Manali
Delhi Dehradun Highway
Delhi to Dehradun road is 245 kms long stretch lying on National Highways 72A, 73, 59 and 58. Travelling by a car would require about 5 hours.
The main places covered in this place are Muradnagar, Meerut Byepass, Khatauli, Muzaffarnagar, Roorkee and Chhutmalpur
Delhi Kolkata Highway
This highway is also known as NH-2, which is also one of the busiest highways of the country. This highway is as long as 1,465 km.
The highway starts at Mathura road and passes through Faridabad, Mathura, Agra, Etawah, Kanpur, Jajmau, Rooma, Allahabad, Varanasi, Mughal Sarai, Sasaram, Aurangabad, Dhanbad, Asansol, Durgapur, Kolkata .
Delhi Mathura Highway
Delhi to Mathura is 145 km by road accessed through NH-2. It enters UP via Mathura, which is why this road from Delhi that heads to Mathura is also called Mathura road. This road passes through Faridabad and further connects large parts of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.
The places covered in this highway are Faridabad, Palwal, Hodal, Mathura
Delhi Meerut Highway
Delhi to Meerut is 62 kms by road, passing by NH-24 and NH-58. The road conditions are good and comfortable, apart from the traffic congestion around Modi Nagar area. There is an expressway proposed between Delhi and Meerut starting at Nizamuddin Bridge.
Mohan Nagar, Muradnagar, Modinagar and Meerut are some of the places covered in this highway.