Have you ever wondered what is the length of the longest elevated roads in Patna? In this article, we are sharing the length of the top 3 longest elevated roads in Patna.
Due to rising traffic and congestion on the roads in Patna government has started working on elevated roads. The best thing about the elevated road is that it can build in a small space and give smooth traffic movement. Bihar is known as one of the least developed states in India, but you get surprised to know that Patna has the longest flyover of 14 km, which is known as Loknayak Ganga Path Elevated Road.
List of 3 Longest Elevated Roads in Patna
1. Loknayak Ganga Path Elevated Road
Loknayak Ganga Path Elevated Road is also known as Patna Marine Drive. It is constructed by the Housing and Urban Development Corporation (HUDCO) and the Government of Bihar. Loknayak Ganga Path is an Elevated road planned to ensure a smooth flow of traffic between east Patna and west Patna. Loknayak Ganga Path Elevated road is the 20.5-kilometre-long road built between Digha and Deedarganj in Patna. This road has 6.5 km at-grade level and 14 km elevated.
Loknayak Ganga Path Elevated Road Length – 14 km elevated and 6.5 km at-grade level
Loknayak Ganga Path Elevated Road Cost – ₹5600 crore
2. Digha AIIMS Elevated Road
The AIIMS-Digha Elevated Road is the second-longest elevated roads in Patna. It starts near AIIMS Patna, at NH-139, and traverses over 12.45 km towards Digha JP Setu. The road provides connectivity to people coming from Phulwarisharif or AIIMS Patna side going to Digha and Vice versa.
The Digha AIIMS Elevated road is also important because People commuting from Muzaffarpur, Darbhanga, and Hajipur and northwestern Bihar can directly reach the southern end of Patna towards AIIMS, Arrah, Sasaram, Gaya, Nalanda, and other areas in Bihar.
Digha AIIMS Elevated Road Length – 12.25 km
Digha AIIMS Elevated Road Cost – Rs 1,290 crore
3. Mithapur Mahuli Elevated Road
Patna’s third longest elevated road, Mithapur Mahuli Elevated Road, is under construction. Mithapur Mahuli Elevated road has a total length of 9 km from the southwestern flank of the Mithapur flyover to Ramgovind Singh Mahuli railway halt. This elevated road will provide great relief to passengers travelling from Patna towards Jehanabad, Gaya and Ranchi.
Mithapur Mahuli Elevated Road Length – 9 km
Mithapur Mahuli Elevated Road Cost – Rs 668 crore