National Waterway 2

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National Waterways (NW-2)
Location India
Opened 1 September 1988
Length 891 km
North end Sadiya
South end Bangladesh border
No. of terminals 11
Owner Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI)
Operator Central Inland Water Transport Corporation (CIWTC)

National Waterway 2 (NW-2) is a section of the Brahmaputra River having a length of 891 km between the Bangladesh border and Sadiya. It was declared as National Waterway No. 2 on 1 September, 1988.

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.

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External links[edit]

  • NW II on the website of the Inland Waterways Authority of India