Difference Between National Highway And State Highway

The Difference Between National Highway And State Highway:

National Highway (NH)

State Highway (SH)

National highways are the roads that connect state capital and industrial cities with harbors.

State highway are the roads which connect state capital with district and towns

The speed limit of national highway is 80 to 100 kmph

The speed limit of state highway is 60 to 80 kmph

These highways are constructed and maintained by the central government.

These highways roads are constructed and maintained by the state government

The milestones in these highways are painted particular with yellow and white with NH number

The milestones in these highways are painted particular with green and white with SH number

Example: NH44. It is the longest highway, which runs between Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir and Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu

Example: The central road connecting Mysore and Bangalore is a state highway

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