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Pune to Nagpur best route, route updates and road condition

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Hi all, I am planning to drive from Pune to Nagpur and wanted to hear experience with road conditions, which routes and the road conditions? Especially 4 lane nice expressways.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

 

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Drove from Hyderabad to Pune, last weekend.
I took the following route.

 

Pune --> Solapur --> Kalaburgai --> Sedam --> Parigi --> Hyderabad

 

Roads are good throughout the drive.
It took us 11 hours as we are group of 10 cars and had many breaks en-route.

 

Zaheerabad route is still under construction.

 

Hyderabad to Nagpur is excellent road is excellent, 4-lane toll road.
 

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On 8/28/2017 at 9:33 PM, Skendora said:

There just a small patch of bad road for about 40kms


That patch is pending from years.
Hope they will fix it soon.

 

44 minutes ago, Ashwin said:

Wanted to from Pune

 

It will take at least 16 hours to cover the distance, internal roads(SH) after Jalana are bad.
Pune to Jalana is a 4-lane road, road condition is good.
Once you cross Jalana roads are bad.

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It will take at least 16 hours to cover the distance, internal roads(SH) after Jalana are bad.
Pune to Jalana is a 4-lane road, road condition is good.
Once you cross Jalana roads are bad.

Thanks. That is a shame roads from Jalna are not good, Jalna is a lot before Nagpur so that is going to be a bad drive I guess.


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Guest Andy

Hi All

 

Planning to drive from Pune to Bhilai (CG) on republic day weekend with family let me know what is the best route and which location is good with family for over night stay.

 

Regards

Anand

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17 hours ago, Guest Andy said:

Planning to drive from Pune to Bhilai (CG) on republic day weekend with family let me know what is the best route and which location is good with family for over night stay.

 


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