Tamil Nadu Road Transport



Tamil Nadu Road Transport offers one with the most efficient and sophisticated means of communication that provides the passengers with an easy and a comfortable journey. The Tamil Nadu Road Transport looks after the maintenance and upkeep of the roads, and makes new roads to connect the remote areas of the state. This Governmental department of the state also takes care of the “Bus Systems” of the state.

The Tamil Nadu Road Transport houses important departments like Tamil Nadu Transport Development Finance Corporation Ltd, the institute of Road Transport, the Tamilnadu State Transport Corporation Employees' Pension Trust, Post Retirement benefits and Motor Vehicles maintenance Department.

The Tamil Nadu Road Transport gives suitable and appropriate suggestions regarding the construction and maintenance of all kinds of roads that connects the places within and outside the state. The department also takes care of the fare structure of the various bus routes of the state.

The Government of Tamil Nadu was one of the first state to take a bold decision of encouraging the private and public sector co-operation for bolstering the infrastructure of the state. The partnership of the two sectors led to the formation of “Tamil Nadu Road Development Company” which ushered in many new projects that helped in the improvement of the roads and the bus services.

The Tamil Nadu Road Transport assists in developing and maintaining the National Highways, city roads, district roads, and village roads. It also formulates various methods and strategies for the safety and security of the citizens.

The organization in collaboration with the various Government departments and private sectors has changed the infrastructural scenario of the state and has developed a good network of communication systems.



Last Updated on 1/17/2011

     


     

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