Information about the Delhi to Haridwar road and its condition?

Any information about the Delhi to Haridwar road and its condition? Is driving safe?


6 answers on “Information about the Delhi to Haridwar road and its condition?”

  1. pervendr says:

    I traveled to Haridwar last month from Delhi, believe me its one hell of a journey. Right from Ghaziabad the traffic would be bouncing upon you, all the earlier thoughts of a pleasant journey dreams would go down the fry pan, the road is pathetic, all across till Roorkee the road is getting constructed and most of the time from Roorkee its single lane ( driving very difficult in night as high beam lights from opposite side vehicles getting you blind at night). Take the words and avoid the road trip till we have NH 58 ready ( probably will take 1 to 1.5 years), try train which in my opinion is best for comfort and time.

  2. Ankit says:

    Its safe.Late night may not be advisable.
    One can reach within 5 hours with the current condition of road.


  3. Nitin says:
    Excellent route during day time
    If you go via the main road – Delhi – Meerut – Muzzafarnagar – Roorkee – Haridwar – It will take 6 hours with a lot of traffic.

    Other option is there is an alternate route which is through villages, but the road is good. This route starts from Muradnagar and leave you at Roorkee. No traffic. It will save at least 2 hours. It is also called Kanwari Path. This is really good option but it should be avoided at night time.

  4. vibhav says:
    I drive very frequently from Noida to Dehradun, it generally safe. But you should avoid night journey specially if you are with family. Road condition frequently changes but most part of the route roads are good.
  5. Sandeep says:

    Road Journey will not be safe better to go by Train. Jan Shatabadi departure from new Delhi station at 3.00 PM and will reach at 8.00 PM at Haridwar


  6. Manish says:

    Driving is only safe in day, because construction work is going on. So there are many diversions. You can also take Kavar Patti route. (A parallel narrow route).


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