National Highway 50 (India)

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National Highway 50
Route information
Length: 160 km (100 mi)
Major junctions
From: Nashik
To: Pune
States: Maharashtra: 260 km (160 mi)
Gulbarga - Jevargi - Bijapur - Hospet
Highway system
NH 161 NH 48

National Highway 50 (NH 50) is a National Highway in India that runs from Bidar to Hospet in Karnataka. The total length of NH 50 is 260 km (160 mi).

Widening projects[edit]

NH50 : The highway starting from its junction with new NH161 in Maharashtra (Nanded Road) connecting Bidar, Humnabad, Gulbarga, Jewargi, Bijapur, Hospet and terminating at NH48 near Lakshmisagar (260.81 km)

The Bidar to Hospet stretch is being upgraded to a four-lane, 60-meter wide grade-separated highway. The widening work in this stretch is in different stages of completion.

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