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PostPosted: Mon Dec 21, 2009 6:06 pm 
Toll construction to begin near Thuvakudi in NH67

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Will they start collecting the toll before the road is completed ??? :roll:

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 18, 2009 1:30 pm 
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Mannarpuram Flyover update

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 24, 2009 2:42 pm 
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Four road over-bridges sanctioned

TIRUCHI: Four road over-bridges, all across railway level crossings, have been sanctioned for Tiruchi district and the Highways Department is expected to call for tenders for the projects shortly.

One of the four bridges would come up along the south bank of the River Cauvery in the city, across the railway level crossing on the Oyamari Road.

Two others would come up at Manapparai and one at Lalgudi, sources in the Project Division of the State Highways Department told The Hindu.

The sanction of the bridge on the Oyamari Road would meet a felt need of the city residents.

With the Tiruchi-Chennai bypass Road being four-laned currently, the construction of the bridge would help ease the traffic flow in a big way and make it a major entry/exit route for the city.

The road, which links Chinthamani and the bypass road, had been underutilised owing to the frequent closure of the railway gate.

The Highways Department would spend about Rs.26 crore for this project.

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two days back i saw some govt. officials and surveyors doing some measurements work near this railway gate


It take some generations for any developmental activity in Trichy city while other cities are growing fast. It is a sleeping town mainly due to people's attitude of obstructing any change it status quo.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 24, 2009 10:16 am 
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Good to hear that a new bridge is going to Come in that route while i was studying in Coll my Coll bus used to go thru the Oyamari route and at times we get locked up in the railway crossing in the evening and it eats up almost an hour thx for the Govt Officials to take steps to construct a bridge there.


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New 4-way ROB at the Aristo junction

ரூ. 25.14 கோடியில் ஜங்ஷன் ரயில்வே மேம்பாலம்




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PostPosted: Mon Nov 23, 2009 6:37 pm 
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Four road over-bridges sanctioned

TIRUCHI: Four road over-bridges, all across railway level crossings, have been sanctioned for Tiruchi district and the Highways Department is expected to call for tenders for the projects shortly.

One of the four bridges would come up along the south bank of the River Cauvery in the city, across the railway level crossing on the Oyamari Road.

Two others would come up at Manapparai and one at Lalgudi, sources in the Project Division of the State Highways Department told The Hindu.

The sanction of the bridge on the Oyamari Road would meet a felt need of the city residents.

With the Tiruchi-Chennai bypass Road being four-laned currently, the construction of the bridge would help ease the traffic flow in a big way and make it a major entry/exit route for the city.

The road, which links Chinthamani and the bypass road, had been underutilised owing to the frequent closure of the railway gate.

The Highways Department would spend about Rs.26 crore for this project.

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two days back i saw some govt. officials and surveyors doing some measurements work near this railway gate


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 22, 2009 6:50 pm 
New 4-way ROB at the Aristo junction

ரூ. 25.14 கோடியில் ஜங்ஷன் ரயில்வே மேம்பாலம்

திருச்சி, நவ. 21: திருச்சி ஜங்ஷன் அரிஸ்டோ ரயில்வே மேம்பாலம் ரூ. 25.14 கோடியில் கட்டப்படவுள்ளது. இதற்கான தொடக்க காலத் திட்டப் பணிகளுக்காக ரூ. 2 கோடியை மத்திய ரயில்வே துறை ஒதுக்கியுள்ளது.

தற்போது நடைபெற்று வரும் மக்களவையின் குளிர்காலக் கூட்டத் தொடரில், திருச்சி அதிமுக எம்பி ப. குமார் எழுப்பிய கேள்விக்கு இந்தத் தகவலை, மத்திய ரயில்வே இணை அமைச்சர் கே.எச். முனியப்பா மக்களவையில் தெரிவித்தார்.

இதுதொடர்பாக திருச்சி மக்களவை உறுப்பினர் ப. குமார் (படம்) வெளியிட்ட அறிக்கை:

திருச்சி ஜங்ஷன் ரயில்வே மேம்பாலம் அமைப்பது தொடர்பாக மக்களவையில் நடப்பு குளிர்காலக் கூட்டத் தொடரில் கேள்வியெழுப்பினேன். இதற்கு ரயில்வே துறை இணை அமைச்சர் கே.எச். முனியப்பா வியாழக்கிழமை பதில் அளித்தார்.

ஏற்கெனவே இரு வழிப் பாதையாக ஜங்ஷன் ரயில்வே மேம்பாலம் கட்டத் திட்டமிடப்பட்டிருந்தது. தற்போது, 4 வழிப் பாதையாக இந்தப் பாலத்தைக் கட்ட 2009-10 திட்டக் காலத்தில் ரூ. 25.14 கோடி மதிப்பில் கட்ட முடிவு செய்யப்பட்டுள்ளது.

மத்திய- மாநில அரசுகள் தலா 50 சதம் பங்களிப்புடன் இந்தத் திட்டம் செயல்படுத்தப்பட உள்ளது. இத்திட்டத்தின் தொடக்கக் காலப் பணிகளை மேற்கொள்ள ரூ. 2 கோடி தற்போது ரயில்வே துறை ஒதுக்கி, பணிகள் தொடங்கியுள்ளன. மாநில அரசின் பணிகளுக்குத் தக்கவாறுதான் இப்பணி முடிவடையும் காலத்தைக் கூற முடியும் என முனியப்பா மக்களவையில் தெரிவித்தார்.

Good work by our M.P. Kumar.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 22, 2009 10:21 am 
Four-lane ‘projects’ a logjam for motorists

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TIRUCHI: Traversing the Tiruchi-Chennai Bypass Road, especially between the Ariyamangalam Palpannai and the Mannarpuram Four Roads Junction, is turning out to a harrowing experience for motorists over the past couple of months given the traffic diversions in force for the four-lane project and the pathetic condition of the roads on which traffic has been diverted.

For motorists entering the city from the Chennai-Tiruchi National Highway and the Thanjavur-Tiruchi Highway, it could take a minimum of 45 minutes to an hour to reach the Central Bus Stand from Ariyamangalam Palpannai, a distance of just about five km on the Chennai Bypass Road.

And if one were to be caught in a traffic logjam, a most likely situation these days, it could be an agonising drive. Traffic jams have become routine round-the-clock. Huge potholes, some up to two feet in depth, have developed at many points on the service lanes, on the Golden Rock Road, the Ponmalaipatti Road and near the traffic junctions at Ariyamangalam, Senthaneerpuram, G. Corner and TVS Tollgate. In many places, roads have crumbled and reduced to a dangerous mix of loose gravel and blue metal. The cement/quarry dust used by the NHAI to fill up the potholes does not hold even for a couple of days, complain motorists.

Thousands of residents, right from Mannarpuram, Subramaniapuram, Golden Rock, Ponamalaipattti, Melakalkandarkottai, Senthaneerpuram, Sangiliandapuram, Ariyamangalam and beyond, endure a torrid time every day in commuting to and from the city.

Residents of Golden Rock, Ponmalaipatti and other neighbouring areas have been worst hit as the city’s in-bound traffic has been diverted at the G. Corner junction. Vehicles have to go along the narrow roads in the Golden Rock Colony and the Ponmalaipatti Road to reach the Pudukottai Highway near the Central Prison. Further down, vehicles have to take another diversion near the IG’s office to go via the Race Course Road near Anna Stadium and Khajamalai Road to reach Mannarpuram. Vehicles proceeding towards the Chennai/Thanjavur highways have to take the narrow service lanes opened on one side as the Bypass road itself has been closed for traffic.

The roads inside the Golden Rock Railway Colony, maintained by the Railways, could hardly take the huge volume of traffic of the Bypass Road and has given away at several places. The battered road has also been cut across at a few places to make way for the rain water to flow from one side to the other. Every other day, goods laden trucks get stuck on the potholes. The Ponmalaipatti Road, maintained by the Highways Department, too is hardly meant to take such heavy traffic and is fast turning unmotorable.

No thought seems to have gone to assess or improve the road conditions before implementing the traffic diversions. Many residents say that trucks should not be allowed through such narrow roads and they could be diverted well outside the city.

“The traffic diversion is unavoidable, but the National Highways Authority of India should carry out immediate temporary repairs on the Ponmalaipatti Road and inside the Railway Colony,” says G. Ramesh, the area Corporation Councillor. The diversion has caused enormous problems for the residents here, he concedes.

“We have been subject to heavy noise and air pollution as there is heavy traffic round-the-clock. The main access routes to our colonies have been heavily damaged and we have to take a long detour to enter the city now,” points out V. Karthikeyan, a student and resident of the Railway Colony.

Autorickshaw drivers say that they were facing frequent vehicle breakdowns so much so that many of them are refusing trips to Golden Rock. “The road is in a bad shape and the vehicle mileage suffers. We will not even mind the detour of more than five km to reach the Central Bus Stand from Golden Rock, if only the roads are good,” says R. Mahesh, an autorickshaw driver.

The Bypass Road is the final stretch of the four-lane project on the Tiruchi-Padalur section.

Sources in the project concessionaire executing the work say that they were planning to complete the work on the stretch, where two grade-separators and a couple of road overbridges were under construction, by December. But the recent spell seem to have delayed the work and indications were that it could take a much longer time before motorists could breathe easy again.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 16, 2009 10:30 pm 
Madurai-Trichy in 8 mins!!!!



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