Question 1. Which is the longest National Highway of India?
(A) National Highway 44
(B) National Highway 8
(C) National Highway 2
(D) National Highway 1
Question 2. National Highway No. 2 passes through_______.
(A) Assam, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram
(B) Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala
(C) Goa, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala
(D) Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Goa
Question 3. The share of Road Transport in total transport of India is________.
Question 4. In total there are how many National Highways in India and approximaterly what is their total length?
(A) 228 and 1,15,435 km
(B) 54 and 32,000 km
(C) 44 and 24,000 km
(D) 34 and 16,000 km
Question 5. National Highway 4 passes through________.
(A) Andman and Nicobar
(C) Madhya Pradesh
(D) Andhra Pradesh
Question 6. Which one of the following states has the largest kilometres of National Highways in India?
(A) Uttar Pradesh
(C) Madhya Pradesh
(D) Andhra Pradesh
Question 7. Which of the following States of India has maximum total length of State Highways?
(B) Uttar Pradesh
Question 8. Which State of India has the maximum length of State Highways?
(B) Madhya Pradesh
(D) Uttar Pradesh
Question 9. Which development is associated with Golden Quadrilateral?
(A) Tourism Networks
(B) Power Grids
Question 10. Golden Quadrilateral Project of India joins________.
(A) Porbandar – Bengaluru – Kolkata – Kanpur
(B) Srinagar – Delhi – Kanpur – Kolkata
(C) Delhi – Jhansi – Bengaluru – Kanyakumari
(D) Delhi – Mumbai – Chennai – Kolkata
Question 11. What is the Golden Quadrilateral?
(A) Cold Trade Routes
(B) National Highway Project
(C) Major Air Routes
(D) Rail lines joining metros
Question 12. ‘Pradhanmantri Bharat Jodo Pariyojna’ is related to________.
(A) Development of Highways
(B) Linking of Rivers
(C) Social Integration
Question 13. The East-West and North-South Express Highways cross at________.
Question 14. The meeting town of North-South and East-West Corridor SuperHighway is_________.
Question 15. Two National Highways i.e., Srinagar – Kanyakumari Highway and Silchar – Porbandar Highway, which are constructed under National Highway Development Project shall meet at_________.
Question 16. Which one of the following pairs of cities has been connected by a sixlane expressway?
(A) Islamabad and Lahore
(B) Mumbai and Pune
(C) Dhaka and Chittagong
(D) Ahmedabad and Vadodra
Question 17. Which one of the following cities is not connected by National Highway No. 3?
Question 18. The Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana is________.
(A) to develop community life in villages which are not well connected
(B) to help police to reach the place of crime more swiftly to control crime-spurt
(C) to facilitates patrolling of the area to prevent misuse of electricity by unauthorised persons
(D) to augment road connectivity and provide food grains to the poorest of the poor at cheaper rates
Question 19. The National Highway from Delhi to Kolkata via Delhi is numbered________.
Question 20. ….. carries 40 percent of road traffic of India.
(A) Village roads
(B) District roads
(C) State roads
(D) National Highways
Question 21. Which of the following statements about National Highways Development Project are correct?
(A) East-West corridor connects Silchar and Dwarka
(B) North-South corridor connects Srinagar and Kanyakumari
(C) Its total length is 5,846 km
(D) It connects Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata
Question 22. Which among the following National Highway route is the longest?
(A) Pune – Machilipatnam
(B) Kolkata – Hazira
(C) Chennai – Thane
(D) Agra – Mumbai
Question 23. Which one of the following is not correctly matched?
(A) Hyderabad : Headquarter of South Central Railway
(B) Durgapur – Kolkata : Express Highways
(C) Nasik – Pune : National Highway-50
(D) Haldia – Allahabad : National Waterway
Question 24. ‘Jawahar Tunnel’ passes through which place?
(D) Pir Panjal
Question 25. If you travel by road from Kohima to Kottayam, what is the minimum number of States within India through which you can travel, including the origin and the destination?