State Highway 6 (West Bengal)
|Length||266 km (165 mi)|
|Suri-Bolpur Road at Purandarpur|
NH 114 and SH 13 at Ahmadpur
SH 7 at Kumardanga
SH 14 from Jajigram to High Road Morh
SH 15 at High Road Morh
SH 8 from Hematpur Morh to Nadanghat Morh
Belghoria Expressway near Bally Ghat railway station
Kona Expressway at Santasir Morh
|To||Alampur – Junction with NH 16|
|Districts||Birbhum, Purba Bardhaman, Hooghly and Howrah|
SH 6 originates from Rajnagar and passes through Chandrapur, Suri, Purandarpur, Ahmadpur, Labhpur, Kirnahar, Kandra, Ketugram, Katwa, Nabadwip, Kalna, Jirat, Saptagram, (from here it is the old Grand Trunk Road) Chandannagar, Bhadreswar, Baidyabati, Serampore, Bhadrakali, Uttarpara, Bally, Belur, Salkia, Shibpur, Podrah, Andul and terminates at its junction with NH 16 at Alampur.
The total length of SH 6 is 266 km.
Districts traversed by SH 6 are:
Birbhum district (0 – 76 km)
Purba Bardhaman district (76 – 169 km)
Hooghly district (169 – 242 km)
Howrah district (242-266)
|Road Section||District||CD Block||Length (km)|
|Rajnagar-Suri||Birbhum||Rajnagar, Suri I||26|
|Ramjibanpur-Ketugram-Katwa||Bardhaman||Ketugram I, Ketugram II, Katwa I, Katwa II||23|
|Saptagram Tribeni Kalna Katwa Road (Bardhaman part)||Bardhaman||Purbasthali I, Purbasthali II, Kalna I, Kalna II||70|
|Saptagram Tribeni Kalna Katwa Road (Hooghly part)||Hooghly||Balagarh||33|
|Saptagram-Uttarpara GT Road||Hooghly||Chinsurah Mogra, Singur, Sreerampur Uttarpara||40|
|Uttarpara-Howrah-Botanical Garden GT Road||Howrah||Bally Jagachha, Sankrail||13|
- Google maps
- "List of State Highways in West Bengal". West Bengal Traffic Police. Retrieved 5 November 2016.
- "Road - Highway". Public Works Department, Government of West Bengal. Retrieved 30 November 2016.
- "Birbhum Tehsil/ CD Block Map". Maps of India. Retrieved 30 November 2016.
- "Bardhaman Tehsil/ CD Block Map". Maps of India. Retrieved 30 November 2016.
- "Hugli Tehsil/ CD Block Map". Maps of India. Retrieved 30 November 2016.
- "Haora Tehsil/ CD Block Map". Maps of India. Retrieved 30 November 2016.
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