Chennai Airport Flyover

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Chennai Airport Flyover
Location
Chennai, India
Coordinates: 12°58′54″N 80°10′01″E / 12.981569°N 80.166968°E / 12.981569; 80.166968Coordinates: 12°58′54″N 80°10′01″E / 12.981569°N 80.166968°E / 12.981569; 80.166968
Construction
Type: Flyover
Spans: 27
Lanes: 3, one-way traffic
Constructed: 2005–08 by National Highways Authority of India
Opened: October 19, 2008 (2008-10-19)
Maximum
width:
11 metres (36 ft)

Chennai Airport Flyover is a 1.6 km long flyover in front of the Chennai International Airport in Chennai city.

Flyover Details[edit]

The flyover is 1.6 km long three-laned flyover for One-way traffic for vehicles that proceed from Tambaram to Alandur near Kathipara Junction.[1] It is built by the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) at a cost of INR 970 million. It was opened for traffic on 19 October 2008 by M. Karunanidhi, the then chief minister of Tamil Nadu.[2]

The NHAI also intends to provide bus bays for the flyover as well as on ground level with escalators and elevators connecting both. It has invited tenders for the same.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Flyover near airport opened". The Hindu (Chennai). 20 October 2008. Retrieved 14 January 2012. 
  2. ^ Gunasekaran, M. (14 October 2008). "Airport flyover to be thrown open on Sun". The Times of India (Chennai). Retrieved 14 January 2012.