The construction of the Tambaram Eastern Bypass (TEB) has made travel through the stretch unsafe, say residents of Selaiyur and its neighbouring areas.
Ahead of the Assembly elections, residents of Tambaram have two major demands.
Residents around Tambaram and surrounding suburbs want the Metro Rail feeder service to resume operations again. The services were stopped due to the lockdown.
Also, an added benefit is that 31G has now been extended till West Tambaram,” said S Anuradha of Madambakkam.
Residents of the area said that after the report was published in Express on February 4, local officials sprung into action. “We are very happy.
There are at least five display boards; however, none of them including the two giant digital information boards in the main entrance are working.
The project has been delayed for a decade, and we are worried about how much longer it might take,” said D Sathish, a resident of Selaiyur.
CCTV footage of the incident, released by the toll booth management to police personnel, reportedly shows the gang arriving in a car and an autorickshaw, and using thick wooden sticks and stones.
Now, since all vehicles pass through Perungalathur, traffic jams are inevitable,” said E Varathan, a resident of Madipakkam.
Nearly two years after terminating direct bus services between Tambaram and Avadi via Guindy, the Metropolitan Transport Corporation (MTC) recently resumed the services.
In return direction, the Tambaram - New Tinsukia Weekly Special will leave Tambaram at 6.55 pm on Thursdays and reach New Tinsukia at 7.55 am the fourth day. The services are to start on December 31.
Tambaram Sanatorium railway station, an arterial suburban station in south Chennai, was once again inundated after recent rains.
Two young women riding a two-wheeler died after they were allegedly knocked down and run over by an MTC bus near Tambaram on Thursday night.
It also said that it “does not want to use any strong words against the RDO, a statutory authority, who has acted in a very questionable manner for extraneous consideration”.