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There are five airports in the state and they are Ziro Airport, Daporijo Airport, Tezu Airport, Along Airport, as well as Pasighat Airport. Nonetheless, as a result of the rocky topography, all of them are small and non-functional. Earlier than the time when Arunachal was joined by roadways, they were basically utilized to ship food. A green-field airport has been proposed at Holongi to cater to Itanagar and the estimate is close to INR 6.50 billion.
Arunachal Pradesh was scheduled to lay its first railway track in the latter part of this year once the new connecting line from Harmuti on the principal Rangpara North-Murkong Selak railway track towards Naharlagun in the state is set up. The building work of the broad gauge railway track with a length of 33 km and width of 5 feet 6 inches (1,676 mm) was finished last year and the connection will get functional once the gauge switch of the principal track under Project Unigauge is equipped for service. The distance from the new railway station at Naharlagun to Itanagar, the capital, is 10 km. The new track will be joining the capital with the network of Indian Railways.
There are two highways in Arunachal Pradesh. NH 52 with a length of 336 km became operational since 1998 and it joins Dirak with Jonai. There is one more highway which links Tawang with Tezpur, Assam. Till 2007, roadways have successfully joined all the villages in the state as a result of financial assistance offered by the Central Government of India. There are bus depots in all the settlements and regular bus services are offered. Arunachal enjoys good connectivity with Assam as a result of which business between the two states has gone up. The construction work of another National Highway is ongoing and it will be laid after the Stillwell Ledo Road, joining Jairampur (Arunachal) with Ledo (Assam). Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister of India, declared on January 31, 2008 when he came to the state for the first time, that there will be a highway project in the state spanning 2,400 km with two lanes. This will cover the whole state and construction of this challenging project is expected to be finished by 2015–16.
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