State Highway 76 (Kerala)

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SH KL 76.svg
State Highway 76
Kuranchery - Velur Road
State Highway 76 (Kerala)
SH 76 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by Kerala Public Works Department
Length12.838 km (7.977 mi)
Major junctions
East endSH22-IN jct.svg SH 22 in Kuranchery
West endSH69-IN jct.svg SH 69 in Kechery
Country India
State Kerala
Districts Thrissur
Highway system
State Highways in Kerala
SH KL 75.svg SH 75 SH KL 77.svg SH 77

State Highway 76 (SH 76) is a State Highway in Kerala, India that starts in Kuranchery and ends in Kechery. The highway is 12.838 km long. [1]


The Route Map

Kuranchery -Aryampadam - Mundathikode - Velur - Kechery

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  1. "Kerala PWD - State Highways". Kerala State Public Works Department. Retrieved 26 February 2010.