Mechi Highway

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Mechi Highway
मेची राजमार्ग
Part of Mechi Highway as viewed in Budhabare, Jhapa
Route information
Length 268 km (167 mi)
Major junctions
South end Kechana
  Mahendra Highway at Charali
North end Taplejung
Location
Primary
destinations
Prithivinagar, Bhadrapur, Duhagadhi, Budhabare, Kanyam, Phikkal
Highway system
Roads in Nepal
Part of Mechi Highway in Kanyam, Ilam

Mechi Highway (Nepali: मेची राजमार्ग) is a two-lane freeway in Eastern Nepal, spanning about 268 kilometers in length.[1] The highway connects all the districts of Mechi zone, hence the name Mechi. It runs from the VDC of Kechana in Jhapa district in the south to the remote north of Taplejung through the district of Ilam.[1] The main destinations along the highway include Prithivinagar, Bhadrapur, Duhagadhi, Budhabare, Kanyam, and Phikkal. The highway shares a junction with Mahendra Highway at Charali.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "List of National Highways". dor.gov.np. Department of Roads, Ministry of Physical Infrastructure & Transport, Government of Nepal. Archived from the original on 9 July 2016. Retrieved 25 June 2016.
  2. ^ "Map of Mechi Highway". Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 25 June 2016.
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