National Highway 24
|Length||293 km (182 mi)|
H08 Koshi Highway
|South end||Saiyad Raja|
National Highway 24 (NH 24) is a primary national highway in India, running in a north-south direction. This highway runs entirely in the state of Uttar Pradesh. This highway was created by renumbering former NH29 and NH97 as per new numbering system of national highways.
NH24 connects Sonauli (Indo/Nepal border), Nautanwa, Kolhui, Pharenda, Rawatganj, Gorakhpur, Bhaurapur, Kauriram, Barhalganj, Doharighat, Ghosi, Mau, Mardah, Ghazipur, Zamania and Saiyad Raja in the state of Uttar Pradesh.