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National Highways of Pakistan (Urdu: پاکستان کی قومی شاہراہ‎) are a network of toll highways in Pakistan, which are owned, maintained and operated by the National Highways Authority under the Ministry of Communications. It maintains 12,131 kilometres (7,538 mi) of roadways organized into various classifications which crisscross the country and provide access to major population centers. National Highways are not to be confused with provincial highways, which are roads maintained by the respective provinces. Pakistan's national highways include the famous Grand Trunk Road, Indus Highway, Karakoram Highway and Makran Coastal Highway. All national highways in Pakistan are pre-fixed with the letter 'N' (for "national") followed by the unique numerical designation of the specific highway (with a hyphen in the middle), e.g. "N-5". Each numerical designation is separated by five numerals, i.e. N-5, N-10, N-15, etc. National Highways are distinct from Strategic Highways, which begin with the prefix 'S' and are controlled and operated by the Ministry of Defence.

National Highways of Pakistan
پاکستان کی قومی شاہراہ
System information
Maintained by National Highway Authority
Length12,131 km (7,538 mi)
Formed1988
Highway names
System links
Roads in Pakistan


Contents

List of National HighwaysEdit

Sign Course Length (km) Lanes Completion Year Status Remarks
  KarachiTorkham
(N-5 National Highway)
1819 4 1952 Operational Longest national highway in Pakistan.
Continues as Kabul–Torkham Road in Afghanistan.
  KarachiGwadar
(N-10 National Highway)
653  2 2003 Operational Known more popularly as the Makran Coastal Highway.
  MansehraChilas
(N-15 National Highway)
240 2 - Operational
  KarachiChaman
(N-25 National Highway)
813 2 - Operational Continues as Kandahar–Spin Boldak Road in Afghanistan.
  Basima – Khuzdar
(N-30 National Highway)
110 2 - Operational
  Hasan AbdalKhunjerab Pass
(N-35 National Highway)
806 2 1979 Operational Known more popularly as the Karakoram Highway
Continues as China National Highway 314   in China.
  QuettaTaftan
(N-40 National Highway)
610 2 - Operational Continues as Road 84   in Iran.
  NowsheraChitral
(N-45 National Highway)
309 2 - Operational
  KuchlakDera Ismail Khan
(N-50 National Highway)
531 2 - Operational
  KotriPeshawar
(N-55 National Highway)
1264 4 - Operational Runs along the length of the Indus River, providing relief to the N-5.
  LahoreSargodha
(N-60 National Highway)
185 6 - Operational
  SibiSukkur
(N-65 National Highway)
385 2 - Operational
  Qila SaifullahMultan
(N-70 National Highway)
447 2 - Operational
  IslamabadKohala
(N-75 National Highway)
138 4 - Operational
  IslamabadKohat
(N-80 National Highway)
146 2 - Operational
  Hushab – Surab
(N-85 National Highway)
487 2 - Operational
  KhwazakhelaBesham
(N-90 National Highway)
64 2 - Operational
  ChakdaraKalam
(N-95 National Highway)
135 2 - Operational
  Larkana – Lakhi
(N-105 National Highway)
61 2 - Operational
  GharoKeti Bunder
(N-110 National Highway)
90 2 - Operational
  HyderabadKhokhrapar
(N-120 National Highway)
220 2 - Operational
  TaxilaHaripur
(N-125 National Highway)
44 2 - Operational
  Larkana - Mohenjo Daro
(N-155 National Highway)
28 2 - Operational
  Larkana - Nasirabad
(N-255 National Highway)
34 2 - Operational
  Sakrand - Nawabshah
(N-305 National Highway)
35 2 - Operational
  Larkana - Shahdadkot
(N-455 National Highway)
50 2 - Operational
  Ratodero - Naudero
(N-655 National Highway)
18 2 - Operational

List of Strategic HighwaysEdit

Name Course Length Lanes Completion Year Status Remarks
S-1 Gilgit - Skardu 167 km 2 1982 Operational
S-2 Kohala - Muzaffarabad 40 km 2 2016 Operational
S-3 Muzaffarabad - Chakothi 55 km 2 2010 Operational

National Highway Network MapEdit

 
Map of Motorways of Pakistan

See alsoEdit

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