Uttar Pradesh Transport

Routes

  • Sangli – Agra
  • Agra – Sangli
  • Sangli – Moradabad
  • Moradabad – Sangli
  • Sangli – Muzaffarnagar
  • Muzaffarnagar – Sangli
  • Sangli – Raebareli
  • Raebareli- Sangli
  • Sangli – Gorakhpur
  • Gorakhpur – Sangli
  • Sangli –  Allahabad
  • Allahabad – Sangli
  • Sangli –  Sultanpur
  • Sultanpur – Sangli

History of Uttar Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh has the largest railway network in the country. The state has a large transportation system with the largest road network in the country. Uttar Pradesh is well connected to its nine neighboring states and almost all other parts of India through the National Highways. There are total 42 national highways connecting Uttar Pradesh. The Uttar Pradesh State Road transport corporation was established in the year of 1972 to provide reliable, economic and comfortable transportation in the state with connecting services to adjoining states. In Uttar Pradesh, all the cities are connected to state highways and all the district headquarters are being connected with four-lane roads which carry traffic between major centers with the state. One of them is Agra Lucknow express of about 302 km constructed to avoid vehicular traffic which created a mess earlier in the congested roads. Other District roads and village roads provide villages accessibility to meet their social needs as also the means to transport agriculture produce from village to nearby markets. Major district roads provide a secondary function of linking between main roads and rural roads. The Lucknow metro is being constructed in the city of Lucknow and Kanpur metro as an alternative mode of transport. The capital cities are witnessing sift rise in a number of immigrants and this has called the transformation of public modes of transport.

Agra – The history of Agra is intertwined with that of the Mughals. But the city itself was established well before the Mughals ever came to India. But the city was established well before the Mughals ever came to India. Agra city was built by Badal Singh in 1475. Akbar had made the city a center for art, culture, commerce, and learning.

Moradabad – Moradabad was established by Rustam Khan after the name of Prince Murad Baksh. It is situated on the banks of the Ramganga river. Moradabad is well connected with cities like Agra, Lucknow, Delhi, Ghaziabad, Noida, Dehradun, etc. This city is popularly known as the brass city of the country.

Muzaffarnagar – Muzaffarnagar is located in the middle of a highly fertile upper Yamuna Ganga region. Muzaffarnagar is well connected by good roads and railway networks. The national highway 58 passes through this city. The highway is the backbone of road transportation.

Gorakhpur – Gorakhpur is situated on the banks of Rapti river in the north-eastern state of India, Uttar Pradesh. The name Gorakhpur comes from Sanskrit word Gorakshapuram.

Allahabad – Allahabad was earlier known as Prayag and is still used by residents of the city. This city is the judicial capital of Uttar Pradesh. Allahabad lies close to Triveni Sangam. The city has India’s longest bridge, the new Yamuna Bridge that connects the city to the suburbs.

Sultanpur – Sultanpur is situated on the right banks of the Gomti river. The common language of the people here is Awadhi.

Raebareli – Raebareli is named after its headquarters town. It is situated at the bank of Sai river. Raebareli is on the route of National Highway 30, between Allahabad and Lucknow.

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