A4 highway (Sri Lanka)

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A4 highway
Route information
Length: 430 km (270 mi)
Major junctions
North end: Colombo A1
West end: Batticaloa A15
Highway system

Sri Lanka A-Grade Highways

A1 A15

The A4 Highway is the longest highway in Sri Lanka, at 430 kilometres (270 mi)[1] in length. It connects Colombo with Batticaloa, through a large number of important cities in Western, Sabaragamuwa, Uva and Eastern provinces.

The highway passes through Kirulapone, Nugegoda, Maharagama, Kottawa, Homagama, Hanwella, Avissawella, Eheliyagoda, Kuruwita, Ratnapura, Lellopitiya, Pelmadulla, Balangoda, Beragala, Koslanda, Wellawaya, Buttala, Monaragala, Liyangolla, Siyambalanduwa, Hulanuge, Lahugala, Pottuvil, Komari, Thirukovil, Akkaraipattu, Oluvil, Karaitivu, Kalmunai, Periyakallar, Chettipalayam, Arayampathy and Kattankudy.

The stretch from Colombo up to Hanwella is known as the High Level Road.

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Coordinates: 6°51′05″N 80°15′52″E / 6.851364°N 80.264536°E / 6.851364; 80.264536