National Highway 16 (India)
|Length:||460 km (290 mi)|
|From:||Nizamabad, Andhra Pradesh|
|States:||Andhra Pradesh: 220 km
Maharashtra: 30 km
Chhattisgarh: 210 km
|Armur - Metpalli - Yelgonda - Jaipuram - Chinnoor - Sironcha - Pathagudam - Bhopalpatnam - Bijapur - Bhairamgarh - Gidam - Bagmundi - Jagdalpur|
National Highway 16 or NH 16 a National Highway in India, total length 460 km (290 mi) that connects Nizamabad in Andhra Pradesh and Jagdalpur in Chhattisgarh. It passes through the states of Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh.
- The highway passes through
- The highway crosses National Highway 7 at Armoor.
- National Highway 202 joins this highway at Bhopalpatnam.
Additional Traveler Information
NH 16 currently has a missing link. The Pranahita River has not been bridged across at Sironcha. So at present NH 16 breaks on the Andhra Pradesh side of Pranahita. There is a ferry service but it does not carry cars and other vehicles. The highway passes through dense forests and the most of the course of the highway is through the naxalites affected areas.