The multi-level parking lot was set up at a cost of ₹19 crore, while the old bus terminus was renovated at ₹38.8 crore. The Thennampalayam weekly market was renovated at ₹12.9 crore and the flower market at ₹4.7 crore.
District collector S Vineeth informed that the renovated old bus terminus, which was renamed Kalaignar bus terminus, would benefit around 40,000 passengers daily. It is spacious and could accommodate 42 buses at a time. The terminus now features more commercial shops, large entry and exit points, two feeding rooms, an RO drinking water facility, a footbridge with an escalator and 54 toilets, 12 of them exclusively for people with disabilities.
The multi-level parking facility near the Kalaignar bus terminus can accommodate 2,050 two-wheelers, 14 cars and 20 vehicles used by disabled people.