The foremost demand of the residents has been the building of a flyover at trijunction
The Sriperumbudur constituency straddles 132 villages in Kancheepuram district. It will get its identify from Sriperumbudur village, which is soaked in historical Vaishnavite custom and homes the temple of Saint Ramanuja.
The space has seen a fast progress in industrialisation due to the institution of quite a few industrial complexes, together with SIPCOT. The constituency additionally has a big residential inhabitants and quite a few academic establishments. But traffic congestion stays a giant concern. The primary grievance of the residents is that the lack of flyovers at essential junctions on the Chennai-Bengaluru Highway causes heavy traffic congestion in and round Sriperumbudur.
In the final decade or so, the constituency has gained prominence for its industrial estates and the fast urbanisation round the varied villages. Heavy autos are inflicting extreme traffic congestion.
The foremost demand of residents and industrialists, which stays unfulfilled for greater than a decade, has been the building of a flyover at the trijunction of the Chennai-Bengaluru Highway, Kundrathur-Sriperumbudur Road and Perumalpattu Road linking Oragadam and Kancheepuram.
It is certainly one of the closely congested and accident-prone junctions positioned close to the metropolis. The traffic police have additionally highlighted the have to submit a minimal of 4 personnel to control the traffic there spherical the clock.
T. Sukumar, a resident of Kundrathur, says the trijunction bears with heavy traffic throughout the peak hours. Vehicles are piling up for greater than half-a-kilometre.
Several accidents happen right here every day, conserving the traffic policemen on their toes, Mr. Sukumar added.
Those working in the industrial models rue the time wasted in traffic jams between Sriperumbudur and Sunguvarchatram.
The trijunction is liable to accidents. As the services are poor at the Sriperumbudur Government Hospital, accident victims are sometimes referred to the authorities hospitals at Chengalpattu or Chennai, resulting in lack of lives, say residents.
The reserved constituency has good sources of water, together with the Chembarambakkam lake, however they endure from poor renovation and maintenance. N. Ayappan, a resident of Manimangalam, is all reward for the paving of roads in sure areas. But he is upset at the poor upkeep of quite a lot of lakes. The Manimangalam lake was renovated at a price of ₹2 crore. But a portion of the renovated embankment gave method. The well timed steps taken by the Water Resources Department and the villagers helped to forestall disastrous flooding final 12 months, he says.
Industrialist S. Thyagarajan has a unit that makes vehicle equipment in the SIPCOT advanced at Irungattukottai. He says hundreds of staff working at the factories in and round Sriperumbudur have been affected by lack of public transport. He desires the authorities to increase Metro Rail and extra bus providers to Sriperumbudur. He additionally desires the second airport undertaking restarted and the toll gate shifted to Sunguvarchatram, moreover the Chennai-Bengaluru industrial hall undertaking fast-tracked.
Mr. Thyagarajan says the industrial models are prepared to participate in the renovation of lakes for provide of potable water.
Sriperumbudur MLA Ok. Palani says sanction has been given for widening the Chennai-Bengaluru Highway, and the work on a flyover at the trijunction will start as soon as the street is widened. Taking credit score for enhancing over 100 roads in varied villages, Mr. Palani says three essential roads, which had by no means been developed till 2016, have been paved. “The roads from Somangalam to Chetpattu, from Padappai to Orathur and from Madambakkam to Kavanoor were developed during my tenure.”
He says that since the residents financial institution on bus transport and given the space’s spiritual significance, direct bus providers had been elevated from Sriperumbudur to Kundrathur, Perungalathur, Iyappanthangal, Thiruvanmiyur, Tambaram, Vadapalani, Poonamallee and Avadi.