Bridge without railing in Chennai's Thiruverkadu poses risk to motorists
| Tuesday | 10th September, 2019
Omjasvin MD ByExpress News ServiceCHENNAI: Lack of railings on both sides of the Thiruverkadu bridge across the Cooum River located in the western part of Chennai is posing a grave risk to motorists crossing the stretch.
Due to this, motorists plying through the route fear they could skid and fall into the Cooum River, especially during the rainy seasons.
The bridge, which is part of Thiruverkadu Salai, connects vehicles to the interior parts of the locality.
Apart from motorists, the bridge is also crucial for the public to reach the Thiruverkadu Municipality while the popular Thiruverkadu temple is also on the other side of the bridge.
It poses a grave risk during rainy season as lorries and buses speed through using high beam light.
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