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National Highway 46 (India)(old numbering)

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National Highway 46 (India)(old numbering)

National Highway 46 marker

National Highway 46
Route information
Length: 148 km (92 mi)
Major junctions
From: Krishnagiri, Tamil Nadu
To: Walajapet, Vellore district, Tamil Nadu
States: Tamil Nadu: 148 km (92 mi)
Vaniyambadi - Ambur - Vellore - Arcot - Walajapet
Highway system
NH 45C NH 47

National Highway 46 is a national highway in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It runs from Krishnagiri to Walajapet in the state.[1] It passes through Vellore and it is a highly important connecting road for vehicles travelling between Chennai and Bangalore. The total Length of NH 46 is 148 km (92 mi). The Krishnagiri-Walajapet section is being upgraded to six lanes by L&T on a build-operate-transfer basis.[2]


Krishnagiri, Bargur, Vaniyambadi, Ambur, Pallikonda, Vellore, Arcot, Ranipet and Walajapet.[3]


See also


  1. ^
  2. ^
  3. ^ Google Maps

External links

  • Route map of NH 46
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