National Waterway 2
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|National Waterways (NW-2)|
|Opened||1 September 1988|
|South end||Bangladesh border|
|No. of terminals||11|
|Owner||Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI)|
|Operator||Central Inland Water Transport Corporation (CIWTC)|
In order to provide the safe navigation for various vessels, day navigation marks with bamboos and navigational lights fixed on country boats/beacons have been provided between the Bangladesh Border and Dibrugarh.
- Established: September 1988.
- Length: 891 km
- Fixed terminals: Pandu.
- Floating terminals: Dhubri, Jogighopa, Tezpur, Silghat, Dibrugarh, Jamuguri, Bogibil, Saikhowa and Sadiya
- NW II on the website of the Inland Waterways Authority of India