Long days with no breaks and lack of facilities such as restrooms make lives of traffic police very tough. Here’s a Tamil translation of our article on what ails those who keep our roads congestion-free.
Many Indian cities have closed schools and cancelled large gatherings as precaution against the coronavirus. But life in Chennai seems to be going on as normal. Read the Tamil translation of our photo-essay on how Chennai is coping with the pandemic scare.
Wall Tax Road. Poonamallee Road. Anna Salai. Built to make it easier for the walking population to cross major thoroughfares, the subways at these locations are either in sorry condition or closed for months due to construction.
How is Chennai coping in the face of the coronavirus scare? What was discussed at the recent meet between World Bank and state officials on urban mobility and the transport sector? Catch these and other important headlines from the city over the week that went by.
Many of Chennai’s government hospitals find themselves under pressure, as their mortuaries fill up with unclaimed dead bodies, waiting to be identified. What causes the problem and how can one find humane solutions to it?
What does the Complete Streets Framework hold for Chennai? What good news does CMRL have for cycle-owners? How is the Corporation implementing Miyawaki afforestation in the city? Stay updated on the latest news from your city.
Road works and flyover projects in limbo for various reasons over the last 5 years has made traffic worse and commute times longer in the city. A quick stocktake of the most prominent unfinished projects and where they stand today
Take a look at scenes from the Swap Sale organised by Chennai Corporation, and hear about the thought and philosophy behind the event from one of the key organisers, Alby John Varghese, Regional Deputy Commissioner (South).