These roads link important cities, like capitals of states and ports. They are well-planned and wide roads. Generally, they can have two lanes, four lanes and even six lanes. Which of the following is being referred to here?
The roads in India are classified into four kinds - National highways, State highways, District roads, and Village roads. National Highways are the roads that link important cities, capitals of states and ports. These wide roads are well-planned and have two, four and even six lanes.
National Highways are under the purview of the central government and are managed by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI).