Timiri block

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The Timiri block is a revenue block in the Vellore district of Tamil Nadu, India. It has a total of 55 panchayat villages.

Thimiri / Timiri is on State Highway 4 or SH4 between Arcot and Arani. This is on the main route from Arani to Chennai Highway. There are buses (Route 202) Between Arani and Chennai very frequently. On the Timiri to Arcot route, there are so many residential layouts. One is near Arcot (Tajpura or Dasipuram) on the left side, named Rajiv Nagar. This layout is more than 50 acres, very well planned, with 40 and 30 feet streets, with reserved places for park and schools in future. Now, as per the TN Chief Minister's order, there is a new plan for a bypass road to Vellore, which will go on this Rajiv Nagar Street (Opp to the closed petrol Bunk or next to the ODAI. Stream), next to a huge rice mill. The TN Govt has already marked the road with yellow stones. This new bypass road will go into Rajiv Nagar, and connect the NH, via Arcot-Kavanoor Road. Once the new bypass is built, the people will not need to go via Arcot which will save time to reach Vellore or even Chennai. The price of land has already started increasing in Tajpura and Rajiv Nagar areas due to the govt decision to have 100 feet bypass road here.

If govt plans next, it would be good to have another bypass (Outer Ring road) to connect to Kalavai road. It should come up like the way the Arani bypass (before Irumbedu) connecting Vellore/Polur/Cheyyar Road has come up few years back, in circle.

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