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State Highway 7 (West Bengal)

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State Highway 7
Route information
Length289 km (180 mi)
Major junctions
FromRajgram
 NH 14 from Nalhati to Morgram
SH 6 at Kurmodanga
SH 14 at Muratipur
Guskara Road at Obaidullah Market near Chandipur
Katwa-Bardhaman Road at Narja Chati
SH 8 from Mirzapur to Bankura Morh
NH 114/GT Road from Mehedi Bagan to Perbhirhata
NH 19 flyover near Sripally
SH 2 at Arambagh
SH 4 from Khirpai to Chandrakona
Keshpur-Daspur Road at Keshpur
ToMidnapore – Junction with NH 14
Location
DistrictsBirbhum, Purba Bardhaman, Hooghly and Howrah
Highway system

State Highway 7 (West Bengal) is a state highway in West Bengal, India.

Route

SH 7 originates from Rajgram (the road extends up to Kanupur on NH 12) and passes through Murarai, Nalhati, Lohapur (it is a little off the highway),Morgram, Khargram, Nagar, Burwan, Nutanhat, Mongalkote, Mirzapur, Bardhaman, Sagrai, Badulia, Seharabazar, Arambag, Kamarpukur, Gar Mandaran, Khirpai, Chandrakona, Keshpur and terminates in junction with NH 14 at Midnapore.[1]

The total length of SH 7 is 289 km.[2]

Districts traversed by SH 7 are:[3]
Birbhum district (0 – 31 km)
Murshiadabad (31-100)
Purba Bardhaman district (100 – 196) km
Hooghly district (196 – 226 km)
Paschim Medinipur district (226-289)

Road sections

It is divided into different sections as follows:[2][4][5][6][7][8]

Road Section District CD Block Length (km)
Rajgram-Nalhati Birbhum Murarai I, Nalhati I 31
Nalhati-Morgram via NH 14 Birbhum Nalhati II -
Morgram-Alinagar Murshidabad Sagardighi, Nabagram 20
Alinagar-Kulee Murshidabad Khargram 20
Kulee-Ramjibanpur Murshidabad Burwan 29
Ramjibanpur-Palita-Palitapur-Natunhat Purba Bardhaman Ketugram I, Mongolkote 29
Natunhat-Muraripur-Karjona Purba Bardhaman Bhatar 19
Karjona-Bardhaman Purba Bardhaman Burdwan I, Burdwan II 15
Bardhaman-Arambagh (Purba Bardhaman portion) Purba Bardhaman Khandaghosh, Raina I, Raina II 33
Bardhaman-Arambagh (Hooghly portion) Hooghly Arambagh 9
Arambagh-Goghat-Ramjibanpur Hooghly Goghat I, Goghat II 21
Ramjibanpur-Khirpai Paschim Medinipur Chandrakona I 18
Chandrakona-Keshpur Paschim Medinipur Chandrakona II, Keshpur 21
Keshpur-Midnapore Paschim Medinipur Midnapore Sadar 24

See also

References

  1. ^ Google maps
  2. ^ a b "List of State Highways in West Bengal". West Bengal Traffic Police. Retrieved 5 November 2016.
  3. ^ "Road - Highway". Public Works Department, Government of West Bengal. Retrieved 30 November 2016.
  4. ^ "Birbhum Tehsil/ CD Block Map". Maps of India. Retrieved 30 November 2016.
  5. ^ "Murshidabad Tehsil/ CD Block Map". Maps of India. Retrieved 30 November 2016.
  6. ^ "Bardhaman Tehsil/ CD Block Map". Maps of India. Retrieved 30 November 2016.
  7. ^ "Hugli Tehsil/ CD Block Map". Maps of India. Retrieved 30 November 2016.
  8. ^ "Paschim Medinipur Tehsil/ CD Block Map". Maps of India. Retrieved 30 November 2016.