Chennai Traffic Essays and Term Papers

  • Safety Life and Safety Rules

    Chennai Monorail is a rail-based transit system for the Indian city ofChennai. It is proposed in the Long-term Urban Transportation Scheme of Second Master Plan by CMDA. The state government has announced plans to introduce monorail across City to reduce traffic congestion and to increase the share of...

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  • Rahul

    BALAJI RAO M.K. * Location: Chennai. * E-mail Addresses: rahulsham99@yahoo.com * Date of Birth: 25th April, 1983. * Sex: Male. * Current Location: Chennai. * I have worked in the 3 different sites like; Mumbai: Live NSE HUB, Chennai: DR NSE HUB, Noida: HQ. Shared HUB ...

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  • Chennai Port Development

    East India Company chose this place as the centre of their commercial activities in the South. Thus was laid the foundations of the modern city of Chennai, the capital city of TamilNadu. This southern gateway developed as a major trade centre, well-linked by road, rail, water and air with the rest of...

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  • essay on noice pollution

    cities of India character ized with high traffic density and .industrial activi ties. However, the level of pollution varies in ac­cordance with the location, time, population density and functions of the city. The study of Kanpur (Kumra, 1982), Mumbai and Chennai have revealed common features, i.e. high...

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  • Traffic Policy

    Dated: 13/4/2007 Read: (1) G.O.(Ms).No. 259, Highways Department dated: 11/12/2006. (2) From the Project Director, Tamil Nadu Road Sector Project, Chennai-20, D.O.Lr.No. 2401/99/TNRSP/F2 dated: 27/2/2007. --------ORDER:The total population of vehicles in Tamil Nadu has been growing year after year...

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  • noise pollution

    cities of India character¬ized with high traffic density and .industrial activi¬ties. However, the level of pollution varies in ac¬cordance with the location, time, population density and functions of the city. The study of Kanpur (Kumra, 1982), Mumbai and Chennai have revealed common features, i.e. high...

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  • Impact of Dematerialisation on Mutual Funds

    INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION Chennai port is s Situated in the Coromandel Coast in South-East India, the port of Chennai has more than 100 years of tradition. Strategically located and well connected with major parts of the world, it is today the hub port on the Indian subcontinent. Committed to efficiency...

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  • Damascus

    Free sample essay on Traffic Management. In cities and towns there is traffic jam in many busy localities. In Chennai, one of the four metropolitan cities, traffic jam causes much hardship to the students and the office-goers. The buses, cars, motorbikes and Lorries have to proceed checking their...

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  • Indian Railways

    Varanasi, Izatnagar | 5 | Northeast Frontier Railway (Guwahati) | Katihar, Lumding,Tinsukhia, Alipurduar, Rangiya | 6 | Southern Railway (Chennai) | Chennai, Madurai, Palghat,Trichy, Trivandrum | 7 | South Central Railway (Secunderabad) | Secunderabad,Hyderabad, Guntakal,Vijaywada, Guntur,Nanded...

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  • Transport in India

    in the east to Peshawar in the west across the Indo-Gangetic Plains. IMPORTANCE OF ROADS * Roads are suitable for short distance travels and traffic movement. * Construction and maintenance of roads are cheap and easy. * Loading and unloading of goods in trucks involves less amount of money...

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  • City of My Dream

    I am back in Chennai after being away for a fortnight plus. The eyes are greeted first by the colours of Chennai—not insipid rainbow colours, but a blast of the brightest shades of pink, red/vermilion, green, blue, black and purple. Even the political parties sport vibrant colours. The sparkling...

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  • Sical Iron Ore Terminal Limited

    Proposal for a term loan of Rs.80.00 Crores for part financing the proposed 12 MMTPA (Million Tonnes per annum) iron ore port terminal at Ennore, Chennai at a project cost of Rs.507.00 Crores with debt requirement of Rs.338.00 Crores for a period of 17 years inclusive of a moratorium period of 4 years...

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  • Service Experience

    | |Metropolitan Transport Corporation (Chennai) Ltd. | | ...

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  • My Chennai

    MY CHENNAI History: The region around Chennai has served as an important administrative, military, and economic centre for many centuries.. The Portuguese first arrived in 1522 and built a port called São Tomé after the Christian apostle, St. Thomas, who is believed to have preached in the area between...

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  • Logistics Infrastructure

    network Moving from strategy to implementation: National Integrated Logistics Policy Appendix A: Approach for identifying key network elements and traffic estimation Appendix B: Estimation of losses 4 8 22 36 50 60 66 4 Preface Building India Transforming the nation’s logistics infrastructure ...

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  • Transport facilities in india

    in the metro cities of India. The Delhi government has decided to construct separate bicycle lanes on all major roads to combat pollution and ease traffic congestion.[19] Hand-pulled rickshaw This type of transport is still available in the city of Kolkata wherein a person pulls the rickshaw by hand...

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  • Development Along the East Coast Road, Tamil Nadu, India

    | |Table 3.3, RRBs in concentrations |25 | |Table 3.4, growth of Chennai | | |Table 4.1, origins ...

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  • Rajstsi Saha

    in the metro cities of India. The Delhi government has decided to construct separate bicycle lanes on all major roads to combat pollution and ease traffic congestion.[19] [edit]Hand-pulled rickshaw This type of transport are still available in Kolkata wherein a person pulls the rickshaw by hand. The...

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  • Pvr Case Study

    A STUDY ON THE CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR OF PVR CINEMAS,CHENNAI ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This project was a tremendous opportunity to observe and apply techniques learnt in class and observe Consumer Behaviour. We would like to thank Father Joe Arun for providing us with this opportunity and the General...

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  • Work Life Balance

    ABSTRACT The study relate to the level of work-life balance of employees in Traffic Department at Chennai Port Trust. There is a vital need in order to know the balance level of employees with regard to both their work and family or personal life since...

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