National Highway 209 (India)(old numbering)

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Indian National Highway 209
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National Highway 209
Route information
Length: 456 km (283 mi)
Major junctions
From: Bangalore, Karnataka
  NH-47 at Coimbatore
NH-67 at Coimbatore
To: Dindigul, Tamil Nadu
Location
States: Karnataka: 170 km
Tamil Nadu: 286 km
Primary
destinations:
Kollegal - Chamrajanagar - Bannari - Sathyamangalam - Coimbatore - Pollachi - Udumalaipettai - Palani
Highway system
NH 208 NH 210

National Highway 209 is a National Highway connecting Bengaluru and Dindigul via Coimbatore in Southern India. It starts from Dewan Madhao Rao road in Basavanagudi, Bengaluru in Karnataka and ends at NH 7 crossing north of Dindigul in Tamil Nadu. The road passes through Kanakapura, Kollegal before entering Tamil Nadu and extends further through Bannari, Sathyamangalam, Coimbatore, Pollachi, Udumalaipettai, Palani before ending at north of Dindigul.

Route[edit]

Bengaluru - Kanakapura - Kollegal - Chamrajanagar - Bannari - Sathyamangalam - Coimbatore - Pollachi - Udumalaipettai - Palani - Dindigul.

There is a proposal for extending this highway as NH 209-A, which splits from Sathyamangalam towards Erode via Gobichettipalayam.

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