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1.Chennai Metro Phase-II to incorporate tunnels under water

The link to the four stations between the river and the lake is expected to be filled in by twin tunnels, stretching up to a km


2.Rs 20 billion approved for Chennai Metro Phase-2

The Tamil Nadu Government has reportedly approved to commence work for the 118-km Phase-2 of the Chennai Metro Rail Project, which will connect the suburban areas to the city centre.


3.Chennai's power supply to increase

Chennai is expected to receive more electricity in a few years with four high-capacity sub-stations being planned in the city. The sub-stations will be constructed at Korattur, Manali, Sholinganallur and Guindy.


4.TN adopts prefab tech for Sholinganallur housing project

Tamil Nadu government is set to launch a Rs 300-crore residential project in Sholinganallur. The State's public sector housing developer Tamil Nadu Housing Board has called for bids from builders with expertise in prefabricated construction systems to build the project with 1,500 apartments spread across multi-storeyed buildings of stilt plus 10 floors. The project also includes a separate commercial space.


5.Appaswamy's project in Chennai's OMR progresses

In Chennai, Appaswamy Real Estate company is offering a residential project Greenville at the Sholinganallur junction on the Old Mahabalipuram Road (OMR), close to the city. In the under-construction project, two-bed room flats have been sold out one-bedroom or three-bedroom apartments are available.


6.Bridge on ECR Link Road in Chennai to open by May-end

The under construction bridge on ECR Link Road in Chennai will be thrown open for traffic by May-end. With this, residents of southern parts of the city may soon have a hassle-free ride on ECR Link Road, which connects Rajiv Gandhi Salai with East Coast Road. The ECR Link Road is vital as it connects traffic between Sholinganallur and Akkarai.


7.TN govt to set up three more sewage plants

The Tamil Nadu government is in the process of setting up three more sewage treatment plants (STPs) in Chennai. The plants would be set up in Villivakkam, with a capacity to process 135 million litre per day (mn ld) of sewerage, Sholinganallur (100 mn ld) and Navalur (6 mn ld)