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Old January 18th, 2012, 06:09 AM   #2021
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Swanky new road, but MTC buses shy away

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Every time K.S. Sankaranarayanan, a septuagenarian, steps out of his house, he feels completely cut-off from the rest of the city. It is ironic that he lives right next to a swanky new four-lane road which was opened for vehicular traffic in February, 2010.

A resident of Thillai Ganga Nagar in Nanganallur, Mr. Sankaranarayanan says that in the last two years, no public transport bus has ever plied through the four-laned southern sector Inner Ring Road. The road leads right up to the Velachery MRTS station a few kilometres away, but there is no connectivity.

“To travel to any part of the city, I have to first go to either the Kathipara junction or Guindy. Those who can't afford the exorbitant autorickshaw fares have no option but to walk,” he says.

The southern sector IRR is just one road, but it is part of a larger jigsaw puzzle. Built at a cost of Rs.130 crore specifically to connect the booming residential areas of Madipakkam, Nanganallur and Velachery with arterials such as GST Road and Rajiv Gandhi Salai, today, only private vehicles and buses belonging to Information Technology companies ply on it. “Any development has to be supplemented by public transport,” says Mr. Sankaranarayanan. “We have made a number of representations to MTC [Metropolitan Transport Corporation] authorities, but nothing is happening. What is the purpose of the road?”

MTC officials cite lack of buses to operate additional routes and also the ongoing Velachery-St.Thomas Mount MRTS extension work in their defence. But residents like A. Raghavan say that it would be beneficial for the MTC itself to reroute some of its buses through the radial road as it offers a shortcut between the GST Road and Rajiv Gandhi Salai. “Right now, I have to change at least three MTC buses to go to my office. Nobody uses public transport in these parts,” he says.

“Besides, the road was specifically built for providing better connectivity to the MRTS station. Both the projects were planned in synchronisation, based on lessons drawn from lack of connectivity in the other elevated rail stations,” he adds.

Lakshmi Narasimhan of the Nanganallur Residents Welfare Association says that an integrated road-rail corridor was conceptualised back in 2001. But nothing has come out of it. “The MRTS has become an orphaned project and there is no practical plan to provide inter-modal connectivity,” he says.

Raj Cherubal of the Chennai City Connect Foundation, an NGO, says that the MRTS' problems with integration and inter-connectivity will continue as long as it remains under the control of the railways. “It is high time a Special Purpose Vehicle, along the lines of the Chennai Metro, is created to administer and operate the elevated rail line.” Reliable sources said that such a proposal has also been mooted in Chennai Unified Metropolitan Transport Authority (CUMTA) meetings.

S. Anantharaman, Chennai Divisional Railway Manager, said it is the MTC's responsibility to operate buses. He, however, acknowledged that three of the 21 MRTS stations account for 40 per cent of its total daily usage of 80,000 passengers. These three stations – Beach, Mylapore and Velachery – have a bus stop very close by.

“In future, when a Metro station also comes up at St. Thomas Mount, the level of integration and connectivity required would be massive. It has to be seriously addressed by CUMTA,” he added.

Source: The Hindu, chennai edition, dated 18-Jan-2012
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Old January 18th, 2012, 07:03 AM   #2022
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This road is an excellent link between upcoming OTA Metro Station and upcoming Adambakkam MRTS Station.. Am using this road since its commissioned.. Before they start operating MTC buses, they need to fix the water logging and regular water seeping problem in road-under-bridge at TG Nagar.. Without fixing the problem and operating any public transportation would only result in accidents..
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Old January 18th, 2012, 10:23 AM   #2023
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What is the connection from ORR to OMR/ECR?
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Old January 18th, 2012, 11:45 AM   #2024
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CHENNAI: The Corporation of Chennai is likely to make it mandatory for contractors selected for re-laying a road to erect a board containing details of the project, including the estimated cost, time taken to complete it and their phone number as well as technical specifications such as the thickness of tar and concrete, at the site from the next financial year.

Presently, the display of such details is compulsory for projects such as flyovers or subways.

Sources at Ripon Buildings, headquarters of the corporation, said plans were on to make the display of such boards compulsory from April. "Normally, when a road is damaged or flooded due to rain, all blame the civic body," said a senior corporation official. Once such boards are in place, people can directly approach the contractor, he added.

Sources said contractors engaged in other civil works including, relaying of storm water drains or building schools, would also be required to display such boards. "It is expected that this will bring in more transparency in civil works," the official said.

While road experts said putting up of such boards could help break the "unholy" nexus between corporation officials and contractors, officials denied any such nexus. "There is no such nexus, but in some cases, the officials are not capable enough to ensure quality," said a senior official.

When contacted, Builders Association of India (Chennai) chairman N Raghunathan said the city's poor storm water drain system was behind the poor roads. "Roads get damaged due to water stagnation and not because of poor re-laying. Unlike the highways department, the corporation does not insist on a camber correction (which allows water to flow off the road), so water stagnates," he added.

Recently, corporation commissioner P W C Davidar said 36 contractors found responsible for the bad condition of 112 roads had been asked to start restoration work by January 14. A recent survey by the civic body had found nearly half of the 142 km of bus route roads relaid at a cost of Rs 62 crore last year had been damaged within a year.
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Old January 18th, 2012, 05:31 PM   #2025
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The strategic transportation network to be developed as part of implementation of the Second Master Plan for Chennai Metropolitan Area has four major missing road links and works on these missing links will be prioritised under the 12th�Five Year Plan, sources said.

The missing links include Link Road, connecting MMRD Scheme road at Old Mahabalipuram Road to East Coast Road, Outer Ring Road southern segment, Link Road connecting National Highway Byepass and Inner Ring Road northern segement and Link Road connecting outer ring road at Vandalur and Marmalong Bridge-Irumbuliyur Road (MBI Road) at Rajakilpakkam (Tambaram Byepass Road).

�Sources said that it is proposed to develop the four-lane Link Road connecting MMRD Scheme Road at OMR to ECR for a length of 1.5 kms and a width of 30.5 metres with the aim of improving the road connectivity between Rajiv Gandhi Salai (OMR) and the East Coast Road.

�Similarly, it is proposed to develop the six-lane road of Outer ring Road southern segment for a length of 4kms and to a width of 61 metres to improve the connectivity between Marmalong Bridge-Irumbuliyur Road (MBI Road) and the Old Mahabalipuram Road.

�The Link Road connecting the National Highway byepass and Inner Ring Road northern segment will have a six-lane road for a length of 4kms and to a width of 61 metres to improve the connectivity between national highway bypass-GNT Road and Inner Ring Road – Northern Segment.

�Meanwhile, there is also a proposal to develop Link Road connecting the Outer Ring Road at Vandalur and the MBI Road at Rajakilpakkam (Tambaram Bypass Road) into a six lane road for a length of 10 kms and a width of 45 metres to improve the connectivity between GST road and MBI Road, sources added.
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Old January 18th, 2012, 05:52 PM   #2026
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Old January 19th, 2012, 12:12 AM   #2027
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The work to re-lay 372 km of bus route and interior roads is likely to resume on Monday.

The Chennai Corporation, which had announced that it would be undertaken at a cost of Rs.111.20 crore, had to stop the work soon after launching it earlier this month. Officials of the civic body said it could not progress as scheduled in view of the intervening holidays for ‘Pongal,' when road workers go back to their native place, and as certain changes had to be made at the Central Asphalt Plant.

The alterations have been necessitated as the Corporation decided to mix plastic waste with bitumen for road re-laying. The plan was to use shredded plastic of 2 mm to 3 mm thickness. This was expected to improve the durability of the roads, which were battered in the northeast monsoon.

A total of 292 km of interior roads (numbering 1,498) are to be laid at a cost of Rs.59.5 crore and 80 km length of bus route roads (121) would be repaired at a cost Rs. 51.7 crore.

The Corporation has asked contractors to ensure proper tapering of road so that water does not stagnate. Instead, the roads should be designed properly to allow rainwater to drain off into the stormwater drain network. They would also have to ensure that enough gaps are allowed for the vents of SWD.

We are trying to see if rainwater harvesting could be done at the vents of SWD instead of letting all the water get into the canals,” said Mayor Saidai S.Duraisamy.

Portions of several roads, including Arcot Road near Ram Theatre and Power House, Valluvarkottam High Road, Esplanade Road, Perambur Barracks Road, Thana Street in Purasawalkam, Purasawalkam High Road, Anderson Road in Ayanavaram, Redhills Road in Kolathur and Five Furlong Road in Velachery and Velachery Main Road, are in a bad shape.

M. Manikantan, a person with disability, said driving on pothole-ridden roads in Velachery posed challenges for people like him. “Unlike regular two-wheelers, mine is modified to suit my requirements and if there is a pothole I cannot negotiate around it. There have been instances of the vehicle stopping suddenly when I let the vehicle fall into the pothole. I then have to ask help from passersby. If there is a lot of traffic, this would slow down traffic too.”

“I use two-wheelers for short distances and the car to commute to office and either way it is difficult to drive. Potholes are dangerous for two-wheeler riders as they tend to lose balance. Whatever patch work was taken up in December, came off during the Thane cyclone. Almost every year we have the Chennai Corporation re-laying roads, said R.Sridharan, a resident of Kodambakkam.

However, road experts say that unless a system of urban roadway design with proper guidelines and drawings is put in place, the city would continue to have bad roads and water-logging. Medians are not just to divide the road into two, they are meant to divide traffic. Roads need to be designed according to the traffic that use them, said a road design expert.
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Old January 19th, 2012, 03:43 PM   #2028
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Don't just blame the corporation.
Blame that reckless 1% of idiots who drive like nuts, or on the wrong side of the road.
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Old January 19th, 2012, 04:55 PM   #2029
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Don't just blame the corporation.
Blame that reckless 1% of idiots who drive like nuts, or on the wrong side of the road.
and also feel like horrible when they come up with full speed in the wrong direction, and sudden brake won't be working since both the side filled with lot of sand it'll slip down....
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Old January 21st, 2012, 11:12 PM   #2030
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NHAI drops proposal to widen CTH Road



Requests State Highways Department to take over the maintenance of the 23-km stretch

Stiff resistance from traders and expansion of Chennai Corporation limits has led to the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) deciding against widening the stretch of Chennai Tiruvallur High (CTH) Road between Padi and Thiruninravur. Instead, it has requested the State Highways Department to take over the maintenance of the 23-km stretch.

As a major portion of the road between Thiruninavur and Padi has come under the Chennai Corporation limits, following the merger of Ambattur Municipality with the Corporation, the NHAI has written to the Highways Department to take over its maintenance.

Sources in NHAI said that the four-laning project, which was planned four years ago, involved major land acquisition.

Only minimal repair work had been undertaken in these four years on the road. As a result, motorists are forced to endure dusty and bumpy ride. Residents said many stretches such as those near the First Main Road in Ambattur Industrial Estate and Thirumullaivoyal, which were already pot-holed, have become unmotorable after the north east monsoon.

S. Ravi, a resident of Vijayalakshmipuram, Ambattur, said it takes one hour to cover the nearly eight-km stretch between Thirumullaivoyal and Padi. As only a few feet of blacktopped space are available, many two-wheelers and even MTC buses ply on the unpaved area, kicking up a mini dust storm.

“I often take an alternate route via Menambedu, Karukku, Dairy Road in Ambattur industrial estate and Korattur to avoid congested CTH Road. But, I sometimes spend 20 minutes waiting at Pattaravakkam level crossing. This route helps me save half an hour,” he said.

Poor illumination and accumulation of sand on road shoulders pose risk of accidents to residents. Hari Subramaniam, resident of Secretariat Colony, Ambattur OT, said vehicles cannot avoid the potholes that have widened in many stretches. This resulted in slowing down of traffic particularly in narrow portions.

The absence of barricades also led to accidents. Traffic signals between Ambattur industrial estate and Korattur do not function properly, he said. Many residents' welfare associations have submitted representations in the past one year to the State government to remove encroachments and widen the road.

Sources in the State Highways said the department would soon seek funding from the Union government for the road's maintenance.

Meanwhile, the first phase of the four-laning project between Tirupati and Tiruvallur is progressing at a fast pace. According to sources in the NHAI, land acquisition process has been completed in 32 of 40 villages. Of the total distance of 124 km, 60 km of the road falls in Tamil Nadu. While the road would be made four-lane facility up to Tiruvallur, the remaining distance would have two lanes.

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Old January 22nd, 2012, 01:43 AM   #2032
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To Heck with this land acquisition issue.
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Old January 22nd, 2012, 05:13 AM   #2033
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CTH is the lifeblood for transport from Padi-Thiruninravur. If something is not done in the next 1-2 years, all the potential of this area can vaporize. How could the idiotic business community be let to play such a havoc on such a larger community. If this is even votebank politics, then it doesnt even make sense, as the community affected is many times larger than the traders alongside the road.



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Old January 22nd, 2012, 05:41 AM   #2034
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widening of CTH is stalled because of Traders. and not by the public.
Who is behind the traders? why they are adament in not listening.. cant they get a good business after road widening...
this problem is there for the last 4 yrs...
MK did not do it and left it to JJ. now NHAI drops the plan...
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Same thing happening in Coimbatore. NHAI drops plans because of shops business getting affected.
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Old January 22nd, 2012, 06:32 AM   #2036
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Thiruvotriyur High Road widening work begins

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Finally, works for widening Thiruvotriyur High Road, one of the two-decades-old demands of the local residents, gained momentum on Saturday after the authorities began pulling down structures that obstructed the widening process.

Despite five bhumipoojas in the last five years and the then local MLA K P P Samy’s one-year ‘deadline’ to residents on completing the project (in 2009), the widening of the road connecting Chennai city with the northern suburbs has been at snail’s pace.

When the project was first planned in 2006, the highways department proposed to convert the entire five-km stretch (from Toll Gate to Ernavur bridge) as a 66 ft four-lane road with median, box culverts, side-drains and seepage pipes at an estimated cost of Rs11.50 crore.

When the AIADMK won the seat in the recent Assembly election, its elected MLA K Kuppan promised the local residents to initiate the road widening work.

Walking the talk, Kuppan organised a review meeting with the local officials and also succeeded in making the State Highways Minister Palanichamy visit the road for re-starting the stalled widening works.

Due to the inordinate delay in land acquisition for the road widening works, the project cost has escalated to Rs30 crore from the 2006 projection of Rs11.5 crore.

On Saturday afternoon, State Highways authorities, using heavy machineries started pulling down the structures that were marked for demolition years ago for the widening project. The encroachment removal drive along the T H Road would continue on Sunday. Official sources said road laying work would begin soon.

The widening of the Thiruvotriyur High Road is a long pending demand of Thiruvotriyur, Ernavur, Kathivakkam and Ennore residents. Traffic snarls are very common in the area as the road is narrow.
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State Highway Department has to do something on land acquisition without mercy...
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The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Ms J. Jayalalithaa, today approved the second phase of Outer Ring Road (ORR), aimed at decongesting city roads, at a cost of Rs 1,075 crore even as the first phase of work is progressing on 29.65 km.

The objective of ORR is to decongest city roads, redirect heavy vehicles and container lorries heading to Chennai and Ennore ports and industrial corridors near Chennai via this route to ensure smooth movement of vehicles on city roads, a state government release here said.

The first phase of ORR is being implemented on the Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) mode connecting NH45 at Vandalur, NH4 at Nazarathpet and NH 205 at Nemilichery. The project cost is about Rs 1,081 crore.

Ms Jayalalithaa directed implementing ORR Phase II on the remaining 32 km covering Thiruvottiyur, Ponneri and Pancheti at a cost of Rs 1,075 crore under Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) system with annuity, the release added.

The effort would result in heavy vehicles and container lorries reach ports and industrial areas without entering the city’s main roads, it added.

Ms Jayalalithaa further sanctioned a sum of Rs 285 crore towards maintenance of various roads and bridges.
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Chennai, Jan 23 : In a bid to free this metropolis from traffic congestion, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa today issued orders for laying a 32 km-long second outer ring road (ORR), connecting the south with northern suburbs, at a cost of Rs 1,075 crore.

To free the city from traffic congestion and prevent heavy vehicles and containers from entering the city to reach Chennai Port, Ennore Port and Industries located on the city outskirts, the Chief Minister ordered the second ring road from Nemilicherry in the southern part of the city to Tiruvotriyur- Ponneri-Panchatti in the north, an official release here said.

The outer ring road, covering a distance of 32 km, would be built on the Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode and under the basis of Build Operate and Transfer (BOT) following the annuity system, the release said. The government has already sanctioned the first outer ring road from Vandalur to Nemilicherry via Nazarathpet, covering a distance of 29.65 kms to be built at a cost of Rs 1081.40 crore.

This road is being built with PPP and under the Design, Build, Finance mobilisation and Transfer (DBFOT) system, the release said. All the works in connection with the laying of first outer ring road would be completed by November this year, the release said.The building of the outer ring roads would ensure heavy vehicles and containers entering the city from various directions would be diverted through these roads to reach the ports and other industries located on the northern sides of the city, the release said.

This would not only ease the traffic congestion in the city but reduce the running time and avert accidents to great extent, the release said. Ms Jayalalithaa also sanctioned Rs 285 crore for maintaining roads and bridges in the state, the release said stating that maintenance of existing roads and bridges were equally important while laying of new roads.

The Highways Department would utilise the fund to periodically maintain roads, bridges and flyovers throughout the state by removing the accumulated sand on the roadsides, planting trees and facilitating storm water drains, it said.
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Completed Chennai bypass is updated in google map Seems north Chennai view is updated recently.
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