Chennai, the capital city of Tamil Nadu is located on the Coromandel Coast off the Bay of Bengal. It is now the 4th largest metropolitan city in India due to the rapid growth of the economy and industrial activities. In the South of India Chennai is considered the biggest industrial and commercial centre.
The first phase of the outer ring road which is a 6 lane highway is expected to decongest the 3 city road by connecting the GST road with the Chennai-Bangalore highway and NH 205.
Chennai is connected by a 'golden quadrilateral system of highways'. It is connected to various parts of India via National Highways.
NH 4 runs from the west to the south connecting Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore and Chennai.
NH 5 runs on the east coast through states like Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and Tamil Nadu.
NH 45 or GST road connects Chennai to Trichy, Dindigul and Theni in Tamil Nadu.
NH205 connects Chennai in Tamil Nadu to Madanapalle in Andhra Pradesh
Unlike other metropolitan cities Chennai's economy is well balanced between manufacturing and the service sector and real estate is not an important pillar in its economy.
Chennai's automobile, software, healthcare, hardware manufacturing and service industries is said to grow into a 100 million dollar economy by the year 2025.
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