National Highway 222 (India)(old numbering)

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National Highway 222
Route information
Length: 610 km (380 mi)
Major junctions
From: Kalyan, Maharashtra
 

NH 3 in Kalyan
NH 50 in Ale
NH 211 in Gevrai

NH 7 in Nirmal
To: Nirmal, Telangana
Location
States: Maharashtra: 550 km
Telangana: 60 km
Primary
destinations:
Kalyan - Ahmednagar - Parbhani - Nanded - Nirmal
Highway system
NH 221 NH 223
NH 222 highway passing through Malshej Ghat, Maharashtra.

National Highway 222 (NH 222) is an Indian National Highway running within the states of Maharashtra and Telangana connecting the city of Kalyan near Mumbai in Maharashtra to Nirmal in Telangana.

It connects National Highway 3 at Kalyan and National Highway 7 at Nirmal. NH 222 also intersects National Highway 50 at Ale and National Highway 211 at Gevrai.

It runs for a distance of 610 kilometers with 550 km in Maharashtra and 60 km in Telangana. This is one of the longest highway in Maharashtra. The road passes through the Malshej Ghat.[1]

Route[edit]

Mumbai - Kalyan -[revati]- Murbad -Otur - Ale Phata - Takali Dhokeshwar - Ahmednagar - Pathardi - Majalgaon- Pathri- Manwath - Parbhani - Basmath- Nanded - Bhokar - Bhainsa - Nirmal

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gupta, Pradeep (August 1, 2012). "Landslide at Malshej Ghat blocks NH 222, throws traffic out of gear". Mumbai. The Times of India. Retrieved 2012-09-30.