National Highway 206 (India, old numbering)

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National Highway 206 (NH 206) was a National Highway in India within the state of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. NH 206 connected the towns of Chittoor and Honnavar, Via: Sira, Banavara, Shivamogga and it was 650 km long.[1]

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National Highway 206
NH-206 showing in Google Maps
Route information
Length650 km (400 mi)
Major junctions
FromChittoor
 Via: Sira, Banavara, Shivamogga
ToHonnavar
Location
StatesKarnataka, Andhra Pradesh
Primary
destinations
Mulabagilu- Chintamani- Chikkaballapur- Gauribidanur- Sira- Banavara- Kadur- Shivamogga- Sagara- Jog Falls- Honnavar.
Highway system
NH 205NH 207

Before it was upgraded to a National Highway, the NH 206 was designated as State Highway 68 (SH 68), and alternatively known as B.H. Road (Bangalore-Honnavar Road). At Honnavar, it started at the junction with NH 17 and crossed NH 13 before joining the former NH 4 near Sira. (NH4 has now been renumbered as NH48).

All the National Highways were renumbered in the year 2010. The highway is presently designated a new number NH 69.

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Bhadravathi

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Banavara

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