National Highway 716 (India)
Map of the National Highway in red
|Length||490 km (300 mi)|
|South end||Chennai, Tamil Nadu|
|North end||Ballary, Karnataka|
|States||Tamil Nadu: 82 km |
Andhra Pradesh: 387 km Karnataka: 21 Km
|Tiruttani, Renigunta, Rajampet, Kadapa, Yerraguntla Muddanur, Tadipatri, Rayalacheruv, Gooty, Guntakal, Ballary.|
National Highway 716 (NH 716)(formerly: NH 205) is a National Highway in India. It starts from its junction with NH 16 near Chennai in Tamil Nadu and terminates at its junction with NH 40 near Kadapa in Andhra Pradesh.
It is recently widened to 4 lane ready Chennai renigunta and not ready to Kadapa for smooth flowing of traffic.
- Tamil Nadu
Chennai, Tiruttani - A. P. border.
- Andhra Pradesh
T. N. border - Puttur, Renigunta, Mamanduru, Settigunta, Koduru, Pullampeta, Rajampet, Nandalur, Madhavaram, Vonimitta, Bhakarapet, Kadapa (Cuddapah), Kuarunipalli, Vallur, Thapetla, Kothapalli, Chidipirala, Pandillapalle, Thiparulu, Yerraguntla, Nidizivve, Chillamakuru, Muddanur.
- NH 16 Terminal near Chennai.
- NH 716A near Puttur.
- NH 71 near Renigunta.
- NH 40 near Kadapa.
- NH 544D near Tadipatri.
- NH 67 near Muddanur.
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