TN hastens Chennai-Salem road project

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    The state government in Tamil Nadu has recently hastened the widening of the Chennai-Salem Green Corridor Project with three bypass roads for 51 km in Kancheepuram, Chetpet (in Tiruvannamalai) and Tiruvannamalai under the Green Corridor Project. A detailed project report for the proposed 277.3 km Chennai-Tiruvannamalai-Harur-Salem green field highway road has been prepared and sent to the Union government for environmental clearance. The Chennai-Tiruchy highway is one of the highly congested roads with more than one lakh vehicles running a day, followed by the Chennai-Bengaluru Bypass Road, and connects the southern districts of Tamil Nadu with Chennai city via Tiruchy. The 93-km GST Road from Tambaram to Tindivanam has six lanes, while the 205-km road on the Tindivanam-Tiruchy stretch has four lanes. However, experts raised eyebrows since the capital city has three routes to reach Salem, while central districts have connectivity to Chennai only through NH-132. Motorists from Chennai have connectivity to Salem via Tambaram-Villupuram-Ulundurpet-Athur (345 km), Sriperumbudur-Walajah-Krishnagiri (360 km) and Oragadam-Walajah-Cheyyar-Tiruvannamalai- Harur (319km) routes, they opined.
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