RRB Group D Exam | Important questions of Indian road transport can be asked in the upcoming shift, must read once

Indian Road Transport Related Questions for RRB Group D Exam : Indian Railway Recruitment Board will conduct the first phase examination of Railway Group D from August 17 to August 25 and the second phase examination will run from August 26 to September 8. If you also want to do government job in railway and are going to appear in this exam.

So here we have come up with important questions based on ancient Indian road, which are going to be very useful for you in the exam. Can you

Indian Road Transport Related Questions for RRB Group D Exam
Indian Road Transport Related Questions for RRB Group D Exam

Indian Road Transport Related Questions for RRB Group D Exam

Question. India’s shortest National Highway 47-A and whose length is-

  • It’s 6 kilometers!
  • It’s 9 kilometers!
  • It’s 89 kilometers!
  • It’s 12 kilometers!

Answer 1

Question. , It is also known as North South Corridor.

Answer: 2

Question. Where do the East West and North South Corridors of India cut each other?

  • in mirzapur
  • in Gonda
  • in Prayagraj
  • in Jhansi

Answer: 4

Question. The Golden Quadrilateral project is the largest highway project in India, under which the total length of the national highway is-

Answer: 3

Question. What is the total length of roads in the country as per the latest available data?

  • 22.00 lakh km.
  • 23,51,298 kms.
  • 24,65,877 kms.
  • 48.65 lakh km.

Answer: 4

Question. What is the contribution of road transport in India’s total passenger transport?

Answer: 4

Question. The leading state of India in terms of length of paved roads is-

Answer: 3

Question. Which of the following national highways are collectively called the Grand Trunk Road?

  • NH 1 and NH 2
  • NH 2 and NH 5
  • NH 4 and NH 1
  • NH 7 and NH 1

Answer 1

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Question. The correct descending order of the following states on the basis of total length of roads is-

  • Maharashtra, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu
  • Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Odisha, Tamil Nadu
  • Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Tamil Nadu
  • Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Odisha

Answer 1

Question. Which of the following states has the largest network of National Highways?

  • A.P.
  • m. Q.
  • Maharashtra
  • U.P.

Answer: 4

Question. The total length of roads under National Highways in the country is

  • 49,585 kms.
  • 51,996 kms.
  • 70,934 kms.
  • 100475 kms.

Answer: 4

Question. India’s first airplane post service was started between which cities?

  • Allahabad to Naini
  • Allahabad to Bombay (now Mumbai)
  • Allahabad to Calcutta (now Kolkata)
  • Allahabad to Delhi

Answer 1

Question. Which of the following National Highway is called ‘Lifeline of Myanmar’?

  • NH 37
  • NH 27
  • NH 29
  • NH 39

Answer: 4

Question. Find the odd one out in the following:

  • broad gauge
  • long gauge
  • narrow gauge
  • meter gauge

Answer: 2

Question. India’s rank among the world’s largest road systems is-

  • Second
  • third
  • IV
  • First

Answer : ?

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