You can find on this page the India road map to print and to download in PDF. The India driving map presents the detailed road network, main highways and free motorways of India in Asia.

India roads map

Maps of India roads

The India road map shows all roads network and main roads of India. This road map of India will allow you to preparing your routes and find your routes through the roads of India in Asia. The India roads map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

In general, roads in India are primarily bitumen-based macadamized roads. However, a few of the National Highways have concrete roads too. In some locations, such as in Kanpur, British-built concrete roads are still in use as its mentioned in India roads map. Concrete roads were less popular prior to 1990s because of low availability of cement then.

The rural roads in India forms a substantial portion of the vast Indian road network. Most of the rural roards were initially sand-roads as you can see in India roads map. Because the agricultural produce and the finished products of small-scale industries in rural areas are to be moved from the producing centres to the marketing centres, the road connectivity is essential for rural population.

The main roads in India are under huge pressure and in great need of modernization in order to handle the increased requirements of the Indian economy (see India roads map). In addition to maintenance, the expansion of the network and widening of existing roads is becoming increasingly important. This would then enable the roads to handle increased traffic, and also allow for a corresponding increase in the average movement speed on India roads.

India highway map

Maps of India motorways

The India highway map shows toll and free motorways of India. This highways map of India will allow you to prepare your routes on motorways of India in Asia. The India highway map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

India has a network of National Highways connecting all the major cities and state capitals, forming the economic backbone of the country. As of 2010, India has a total of 70,934 km (44,076 mi) of National Highways, of which 200 km (124 mi) are classified as expressways as you can see in India highway map. Under National Highways Development Project (NHDP), work is under progress to equip some of the important national highways with four lanes; also there is a plan to convert some stretches of these roads to six lanes.

As per the National Highways Authority of India, about 65% of freight and 80% passenger traffic is carried by the roads as its shown in India highway map. The National Highways carry about 40% of total road traffic, though only about 2% of the road network is covered by these roads. Average growth of the number of vehicles has been around 10.16% per annum over recent years. Highways have facilitated development along the route and many towns have sprung up along major highways.

All national highways are metalled, but very few are constructed of concrete, the most notable being the Mumbai-Pune Expressway as its mentioned in India highway map. In recent years construction has commenced on a nationwide system of multi-lane highways, including the Golden Quadrilateral and North-South and East-West Corridors which link the largest cities in India. In 2000, around 40% of villages in India lacked access to all-weather roads and remained isolated during the monsoon season.