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PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2012 9:36 pm 
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Project in Brief:

Project road stating point is Thuvakudi (Km 121/557 of Nh-67) and the termination point is at Km 5/193 of NH-45B where the proposed extended Trichy bypass meets NH-45B. The project road from Km 121/557 to Km 5/193 runs in Tiruchirappalli and Pudukkottai districts. The Project road passes through three taluks – Thiruverumbur, Srirangam and Koalthur. Thus the project includes formation of Trichy bypass which starts as per proposal, at Km 121/557 of NH 67 and crosses NH-210 at Km 10/112 and meets NH-45B at Km 5/193. The Project road passes through heavily built up areas of Keeranur, Pudukottai, Tirumayam and Karaikudi and it is therefore proposed to form bypasses for these towns.


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 25, 2011 8:56 am 
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HC dismisses petitions challenging land acquisition

MADURAI: The Madurai bench of the Madras high court dismissed a batch of petitions challenging land acquisitions for the purpose of laying a four-lane highway between Thanjavur and Trichy.

In 2009, lands were acquired for the purpose of laying four-lane highways between Thanjavur-Trichy National Highways NH67. The lands were situated in various villages in Tiruchirappalli taluk including Valavandankottai, Ariyamangalam, Ukkadai Ariyamangalam, Thuvakudi, Agaram, Ellakudi and Koothupar. A publication was made in 2009 notifying various survey numbers, purpose of acquisition, nature of ownership, extent of land and classification of land. It was informed that any person could raise objection either directly or through counsel and support their objections.

Nine petitioners who have lands in Valavandan village filed petitions challenging the notification in the Madurai bench of the Madras high court. They had sent a representation saying they owned the properties in the respective survey numbers which had become house plots coming under Mangapuram Nagar. They said it was purchased through sale deeds registered at the sub registrar office.

However, in the 21 persons mentioned, the petitioners' names were not mentioned as land owners. Since their representations had not received any answer, they filed writ petitions seeking to challenge the notification and to set aside the same.

Dismissing the petitions, Justice K Chandru said the authorities had issued wide publicity. "Though the petitioners have claimed that they got pattas, the authorities have proceeded only on the basis of records received from the Revenue Department. In this case, as mentioned in the advertisement, the plan was kept in the office of the special district revenue officer as found in the notification," he said. However, citing provisions of the Act that gives them liberty to file an application for arbitration, the judge granted liberty for the petitioners to file an application for enhanced compensation.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2011 8:47 am 
Farmers oppose land acquisition for bypass road

Farmers from villages in the outskirts of the City have opposed the proposed move to build the bypass road, to come up as part of the widening of the Tiruchi-Karur section of National Highway 67, cutting across fertile agricultural lands.

At a public hearing organised by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) at K.Kallikudi near here, farmers of villages including Aruvankudi, Punganur, Thayanur and Kallikudi expressed apprehensions that acquisition of fertile farm lands for laying the bypass road would severely affect their livelihood.

Presided over by Collector Jayashree Muralidharan, the nearly two-hour long hearing was organised to ascertain public views and suggestions from residents of villages through which the NHAI had proposed to re-align the bypass road.

The bypass road would run from Panchapur on the National Highway 45 via Thayanur to Jeeyapuram on NH 67 and connect the Tiruchi-Madurai, Tiruchi-Dindigul and Tiruchi-Karur National Highways and become a part of a semi-ring road around Tiruchi.

The NHAI had proposed the realignment for the bypass road after the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court struck down a plan to build the bypass road across Kothamangalam, Kallikudi and Punganur irrigation tanks.

It was informed during the presentation that as per Madras High Court direction and recommendation of the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests, the NHAI had constituted an experts committee to prepare a detailed project report for laying the bypass road without affecting households, farmers and water bodies.

The experts' panel had recommended a new alignment which passes through the south side of Aruvankudi tank starting from Panchapur and culminating at Kaliyankadu.

Though it was a longer stretch (9.048 km) as compared to the other three plans that were examined, it was found to be the best option as it did not pass through tanks and causing only minimal damage to the households, it was informed.

Approximately 43.12 hectares of land would be required for laying the bypass from Pirattiyur to Thayanur as per this alignment, it was informed.

However, many farmers were against the option recommended by the experts stating that the project would result in acquisition of fertile agriculture lands largely affecting the small and marginal farmers.

The NHAI, they said, could explore an option that neither affected the water bodies nor farm lands.

Various suggestions were put forth by the agriculturists and the general public with regard to laying the bypass road with minimal damage.

Most of the farmers and general public made it clear that the original alignment conceived in 2006-07 was the most suitable option for the NHAI to lay the bypass road as it would neither affect farm lands nor water bodies en-route with minimal damage.

Summing up, Collector Jayashree Muralidharan said any fresh option would be actively considered adding that the district administration was open to any idea.

Stating that roads were required for development, the Collector maintained that no decision had been taken and all aspects would be considered including socio-economic problems and traffic engineering.


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 18, 2011 12:32 pm 
Thanks MRR for the detail information.

Can anybody tell whether this realignment will change the proposed layout in Parrynagar / behind odyanpatti-KK Nagar?


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Realignment for bypass road to circumvent tanks

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has decided to go in for a new alignment for the bypass road between Panchapur and Jeeyapuram as part of the Tiruchi-Karur section of the National Highway 67 development project.

The decision follows a direction from the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court asking the NHAI to avoid laying the bypass road across Kothamangalam, Kallikudi and Punganur irrigation tanks. The court had issued the order on a petition from farmers of the area who opposed the construction of the bypass road across the tanks on the ground that it would endanger their water sources and livelihood.

The bypass road would run from Panchapur on the National Highway 45 via Thayanur to Jeeyapuram on NH 67 and connect the Tiruchi-Madurai, Tiruchi-Dindigul and Tiruchi-Karur National Highways and become a part of a semi-ring road around Tiruchi.

Work on the construction of the bypass road was stopped following the court order. The NHAI has in-principle decided to go for a new alignment to circumvent the tanks though it would involve acquisition of some wet lands. The change in alignment would only be between Panchapur and Thayanur, to avoid the tanks, of the 17-km-long bypass road. The new alignment would entail an additional length by about 2.2 km. A consultant, commissioned to prepare a detailed project report (DPR) for the realignment, has submitted an “inception report,” NHAI sources said.

A public hearing will be held at Kallikudi on December 20 . Depending on the views expressed , the project report on the proposed realignment would be sent to the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests for environmental clearance and the NHAI headquarters for approval.


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2011 6:44 pm 
NH 45A

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Ring road (Mathur to Panchapur) crossing via NH45A

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Crawford ROB

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Widening of Tanjore road near Palpannai (Aavin Society)

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Thanks to the g8 effort of isham/ssc


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 09, 2011 6:52 am 
Realignment for bypass road to circumvent tanks

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has decided to go in for a new alignment for the bypass road between Panchapur and Jeeyapuram as part of the Tiruchi-Karur section of the National Highway 67 development project.

The decision follows a direction from the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court asking the NHAI to avoid laying the bypass road across Kothamangalam, Kallikudi and Punganur irrigation tanks. The court had issued the order on a petition from farmers of the area who opposed the construction of the bypass road across the tanks on the ground that it would endanger their water sources and livelihood.

The bypass road would run from Panchapur on the National Highway 45 via Thayanur to Jeeyapuram on NH 67 and connect the Tiruchi-Madurai, Tiruchi-Dindigul and Tiruchi-Karur National Highways and become a part of a semi-ring road around Tiruchi.

Work on the construction of the bypass road was stopped following the court order. The NHAI has in-principle decided to go for a new alignment to circumvent the tanks though it would involve acquisition of some wet lands. The change in alignment would only be between Panchapur and Thayanur, to avoid the tanks, of the 17-km-long bypass road. The new alignment would entail an additional length by about 2.2 km. A consultant, commissioned to prepare a detailed project report (DPR) for the realignment, has submitted an “inception report,” NHAI sources said.

A public hearing will be held at Kallikudi on December 20 . Depending on the views expressed , the project report on the proposed realignment would be sent to the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests for environmental clearance and the NHAI headquarters for approval.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 17, 2009 2:43 pm 
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Thank God the TVS Tollgate Road is opened Thanks for the Info .


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 16, 2009 9:53 pm 
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One side of the road under TVS tolgate flyover opened.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 15, 2009 10:49 pm 
Thx for the updates............


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 15, 2009 10:03 pm 
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New Sign board near G corner

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