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Tambaram tracks….

Gearing up to become Chennai’s third railway terminal, soon Tambaram will also host India’s largest railway station food court. The station is to be developed to decongest Chennai Central and Egmore rail terminals. At present more than 90 Express and Passenger trains and at least 240 suburban trains halt at the station.

As a pilot, the Railways plan to operate five southbound express trains from Tambaram. The infrastructure is being upgraded. State-of-the-art display boards, telephone booth and passenger friendly seats are all planned. The food court will be spread over 15,000 square feet across three areas and will host at least 25 brands that will dish out Indian and continental foods. More than a lakh of people use this station regularly and upgrading it as a third terminal will help meet better the transport needs of the growing city.

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