NATIONAL HIGHWAY 44 ‘A’
Ministry of Road Transport &
Highways, Govt. of India
declared Sairang-Mamit-Manu roads as National Highway -44 ‘A’ on
6.1.1991 The road takes off near Sairang village which is 19 Km
away from Aizawl on NH-54 and passes through Lengpui village,
Rawpuichhip village, Mamit town and Tuidam village and ends at
LENGTH : 130 Kms
i) Sairang to Lengpui
(11.50 Kms) sector Formation cutting & Permanent work are
completed Pavement work is being started and expected to be
completed by March 2003.
This portion of road when completed will reduce the travel time from
11/2 hrs to 45 minutes from Aizawl to Lengpui Airport.
ii) Improvement of riding
quality, construction of missing culvert and retaining walls
for 75.50 Km have been completed and work order for 19.00 Km stretch
has been recently issued and expected to be completed during
the next dry season.
iii) Consultancy services for preparation of DPR of R.Tlawng bridge
and R.Tut bridge are in progress
2. NATIONAL HIGHWAY 150
MORT&H, Govt. of India
declared Seling - Tipaimukh road as National Highway 150 on
6.1.1991. The road takes off near Seling and passes through
Khawruhlian, E.Phaileng, Darlawn, Ratu, N.Vervek etc and connects
LENGTH : 140.00
i) Improvement of Riding quality, cons truction of missing
culverts and retaining walls for 70.00 Kms and work order for the
remaining 44.00 Kms has been recently issued and expected to be
completed by March 2004.
ii) Rehabilitation of Bailey Bridge over R.Tuirini is
iii) Consultancy services for preparation of DPR of R.Tuirini
Bridge is in progress.
3. NATIONAL HIGHWAY 154
MORT&H Govt. of India
declared Panchgram – Bairabi – Bilkhawthlir as National Highway -
154 as 2.10.2000. The road starts from Panchgram (Assam), passes
through Bairabi and connects Bilkhawthlir.
LENGTH : 58 KM
Improvement of riding quality, construction of missing Culverts and
retaining walls for a length of 46 Kms are taken up and 21 Kms are
expected to be completed by March 2003.
The remaining portion will be completed during the next dry
season. Estimate for the balance (12 Km) portion Bilkhawthlir –
Buhchangphai amounting to Rs. 14.88 crores has been submitted to