Posted by : shabbirbhutta Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Makran Coastal Highway is a 653 km-long coastal highway along Pakistan's Arabian Sea coastline. It is a part of Pakistan's National Highways network. It runs primarily through Balochistan province between Karachi and Gwadar, passing near the port towns of Ormara and Pasni. The official and technical designation of the Makran Coastal Highway is N-10, which is the abbreviation for National Highway 10.
This highway is maintained by National Highways Authority (NHA)
Length:            653 km (406 mi)
Existed:           2004 – present
History:           Started in 2002. Completed in 2004.
East end:         Karachi
West end:        Gwadar

Major cities:    Karachi, Ormara, Pasni, Gwadar

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