State Highway 1 (Telangana)

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Rajiv Rahadari or SH-1 (Hyderabad-Siddipet-Karimnagar-Ramagundam(Godavarikhani) Road) is a state highway that connects Hyderabad city with Karimnagar district industrial coal belt Godavarikhani. The road starts at the Patny/Cantonment(Parade Grounds) in Hyderabad and joins NH-16 (Nizamabad-Mancherial-Jagdalpur) at Mancherial-Chennur cross roads, 235 km-long after passing through Ranga Reddy, Medak, Karimnagar and Indaram in Adilabad districts.This SH-1 road end connects NH-16 ,NH-264 (mancherial to Nagpur) and Grand trunk railway way near Ramagundam.

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Rajiv Rahadari is being converted from carrier way (10 meter wide) into a 4 lane express-way between Hyderabad and Godavarikhani via Siddipet, Karimnagar at a cost of Rs 1,358.19 crore under BOT process. This road is under fourlane expansion and also known as H-K-R roadways also.

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