Chennai Contract Carriage Bus Terminus

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Coordinates: 13°04′15″N 80°11′55″E / 13.07078°N 80.19866°E / 13.07078; 80.19866

The Chennai Contract Carriage Bus Terminus or CCCBT is a bus terminus located in Chennai, in close proximity to CMBT catering to outstation private buses. It was inaugurated in August 2003.[1]

The CCCBT, spread over an area of 6.7 acres,[2] has 68 bus bays, 126 idle parking, 51 travel agency office, 22 shops, and 14 passenger waiting halls with total seating facilities for about 120 persons.[1] It is being maintained by CMDA. The CCCBT caters to about 5,000 passengers daily. Everyday, about 350 buses, about 450 on peak days, are operated to all parts of the state and to Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.[2][3]

Development[edit]

In 2010, a modernisation project aimed at decongesting the bus terminus was proposed by the Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority, under which 250 bus bays will be constructed. The INR 2,190-million proposal also included a three-level bus bay, including a basement floor, with 81,749 sq m commercial space, an idle parking of 150 buses in the basement, 75 operational bays on the ground floor, and 25 bays on the first floor.[1]

Upon completion, the terminus will have 14,417 sq m of terminal area, 16,598 sq m of idle parking area, 4,010 sq m of driveways, 28,606 sq m of commercial office space, 9,548 sq m of retail space, and 8,570 sq m of hotel space.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Koyambedu Central Bus Stand to be Modernised". Live Chennai.com (Chennai: livechennai.com). 12 August 2010. Retrieved 24 Nov 2012. 
  2. ^ a b Mariappan, Julie (24 March 2013). "Multi-level bus park for Chennai Mofussil Bus Terminus". The Times of India (Chennai: The Times Group). Retrieved 24 Mar 2013. 
  3. ^ http://www.cmdachennai.gov.in/Chennai_contract_carriage_bus_terminus.html