Chennai Metro: last section of flyover near Jammi will be demolished

After a gap of one month,  CMRL has restarted work on the demolition of the seventh and last span of the flyover that links Mylapore and Royapettah at the Jammi Buildings end on one side.
Chennai Traffic Police has announced changes in the traffic system in and around Dr Radhakrishnan Salai – Royapettah High Road and near Music Academy zone .
With this demolition, the north part of the flyover will be a thing of the past. The work is carried out to construct the Metro rail line.
Though the work is carried out between 11 pm and 5 am, changes in traffic pattern cannot be avoided at daytime.
Motorists are advised to avoid these zones till this April end.
– Reported by Baskar Seshadri

2 Comments on “Chennai Metro: last section of flyover near Jammi will be demolished”

  1. An half open door is fully opened. So, a part of bridge demolished is dangerous for the undemolished part of the bridge too. In the Mugalivakkam building collapse, citing the sudden collapse, the Designated Authorities have demolished the other building (not connected to the collapsed building) with modern technology. But now the same Authorities demolished just part of the bridge and permit the other part for public use. IS THIS LOGICAL AND LEGAL?

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