National Highway NH 8

National highway 8 (NH 8) is a 4 lane and 6 lane highway between Delhi, Gurgaon, Alwar, Kotputli, Jaipur, Amer, Mahapura, Kisanghar, Ajmer, Nasirabad, Gulabpura, Bhilwara, Chittorghar, Mangalpwar, Udaipur, Kesariaji, Ratanpur, Himmat nagar, Gujrat, Ahmedabad, Chiloda, Vadodara, Surat, Atul, Kajali, Manor, Baseeim, Creek section, Creek Bridge, Dhaishar, Mumbai and Bombay. It is the busiest national highway in India. It connects major cities and states including delhi, Rajasthan, Ajmer, Bombay, Jaipur and Gujrat. The total length of NH 8 is one thousand four hundred twenty eight kilometer (1428 KM). This highway is developed by NHAI (National highways Authority of India.

Fact about NH-8 in India:

Largest toll plaza along NH-8 on the Delhi-Gurgaon highway, Haryana, India. Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway Toll Plaza is India's largest or perhaps Asia's largest toll plaza with a total of 32 toll lanes and 4 reversible toll lanes.

Speed limit on NH-8:

Cars can drive at a maximum speed of 100 km/h (kilometer per hour) and motorcycles at 80 km/h. The road transport ministry has notified the revised speed limits.

Toll Taxes on NH-8 in Jaipur:

Toll taxes between Jaipur to Delhi on national highway NH 8, Private vehicles are charged up to Rupees 240 for one way at two tollbooths along the 248-kilometer Jaipur – Delhi national highway. Moreover, Jaipur-Ajmer national highway from April 2005 toll was levied, then cars, jeeps and vans toll stood at 45, but now it is Rupees 90. The above taxes are only one-way toll tax.

Nh-8 in Jaipur:

NH-8 in Jaipur covers best tourist attraction like amer or amber fort, Nahargarh fort, jaigarh fort, best residential area like Vaishali nagar, Sodala, Shyam Nagar, Hawa Sadak, 22 Godam, Ram Baag Circle, MI road, and other major tourist attractions. NH 8 in Jaipur is a 4-lane highway between Jaipur to Delhi and 6-lane highway between Jaipur to Ajmer. The total length of NH 8 between Jaipur to Delhi is 248 kilometer and 138 kilometer between Jaipur to Ajmer.