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Thudiyalur is a neighborhood in the city of Coimbatore, in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) north of Town Hall. Thudiyalur is one of the fast-growing neighbourhoods of Coimbatore, due to the presence of many industries and IT companies in Saravanampatti. Earlier, this place was known as Thiruthudisaiampathy, later it was named Thudiyalur.
It houses the Regional Transport Office of Coimbatore North (TN-38).
Thiruthudisaiampathy Virundeeswarar Temple in Vadamadurai near Thudiyalur is construction dating back to 1300+ years old ancient temple. Lord Shiva is a Swayambumurthi in the temple.
As per 2011 India census,the population was 33,924. Females constitute 51% and males 49% of the population. Thudiyalur has an average literacy rate of 75%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 82%, and female literacy is 69%. 10% of the population is under 6.
The public bus transport in Thudiyalur is available for 24 hours towards Coimbatore and Mettupalayam. Local town buses are available from morning 4.30am to 11.00pm and Coimbatore - Mettupalayam service buses stops at Thudiyalur which is available for 24 hours.
In 2017 the railway station was refurbished. Thudiyalur railway station is on the Coimbatore - Mettupalayam section. This station handles local passenger trains between Mettupalayam railway station and Coimbatore Junction. It just takes 15 minutes to reach Coimbatore Junction and 25 minutes to reach Mettupalayam railway station from Thudiyalur railway station and fare is also just Rs.10 in both directions.
Frequent town buses available from Thudiyalur across the city. Even Cabs [Ola, Uber, Rapido, Red, Go Taxi..etc.] are available from here. Bus Stand has also all other basic facilities like Paid Parking facility, Passenger Waiting room and Paid Public wash room opposite of bus stand.
Bhagirathi Medical Centre and Hospital is a leading medical centre and hospital located in Thudiyalur, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. It is one of the premier medical establishments in the city and provides a wide range of services including general medical care, emergency medical assistance, inpatient and outpatient care, and diagnostic services. The hospital is equipped with state-of-the-art medical equipment and facilities, and staffed with highly qualified medical professionals. The hospital is well known for its personalized and quality healthcare services.
Though Thudiyalur have many roads linking to various part of the City, Thudiyalur to Saravanampatti Road connects the IT Parks & Saravanampatti in Sathy Road of Coimbatore which is around 8Km. And Saravanampatti to Kalapatti Road Connects Coimbatore International Airport & Peelamedu of Avinashi Road of Coimbatore. Thudiyalur to Kurudampalayam, Vadavalli or Marudhamalai via vadamadurai, VSK Nagar.
Coimbatore Metro feasibility study is completed and one of the route planned from Bilichi near Press Colony through Mettupalayam road till Ukkadam Bus Terminus covering 24 km.
Ashokapuram is a part of the city of Coimbatore in the state of Tamil Nadu, India, located 12 km north of the city center. Ashokapuram is located on a stretch of the Mettupalayam road in Coimbatore. Neighbouring places include Thudiyalur and NGGO Colony.
Karamadai is located near Mettupalayam, a Neighborhood of Mettupalayam, Coimbatore in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is located on Coimbatore - Ooty NH 67. Nearby places are Teachers colony, Press Colony, Jodhipuram and Periyanaickenpalayam. The Ranganathaswamy temple and Nanjundeswarar temple are the most prominent landmarks in the town. The place of Karamadai came into limelight due to the presence of ex-steel giant Sri Ramakrishna Steel Industries. Previously agricultural town became industrial due to the presence of Sri Ramakrishna Steel Industry.
Karumathampatti is a Municipality in the Coimbatore district in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. It is one of the most developing suburb in Coimbatore about 25 km away from the city centre. It is situated in between NH544 which connects the city of Coimbatore with Salem – Erode – Tirupur and also in between the State Highway 165 connects Annur – Kamanaikenpalayam. Nearby places are Somanur-3 km, Avinashi-10 km, Tirupur-20 km, Sulur-15 km, Annur-16 km. Coimbatore -27,Mettupalayam-38,Palladam-19. Karumathampatti lies near the junction of two major roads, NH544(Coimbatore – Salem) and Karumathampatti – Annur road.
Mettupalayam is a municipality town and taluk of the Coimbatore district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is the second largest town in the Coimbatore District. It's located to the North of the Coimbatore city on the way to Ooty in the foothills of Nilgiri hills. As of 2011, the town had a population of 66,595. Mettupalayam Railway Station is the only railway station which still operates steam engine train from Mettupalayam to Ooty.
Narasimhanaickenpalayam is a part of Coimbatore city. It is about 14 km from Coimbatore city junction in the northern direction. Narasimhanaickenpalayam is on the stretch of National Highway NH 67 Extn (NH-181) Mettupalayam Road, one of the arterial roads of Coimbatore city. Neighbouring places are Thudiyalur, NGGO Colony, and Periyanaickenpalayam
Saravanampatti is a neighborhood of the Coimbatore city. It lies on the north-eastern part of the city. Saravanampatti is one of the fast-growing neighbourhoods of Coimbatore, because of the proliferation of IT companies in areas such as Saravanampatti, Peelamedu, Keeranatham, Vilankurichi, Kalapatti. Saravanampatti has been part of Coimbatore Corporation since 2011.
Peelamedu is a major commercial centre and residential locality in the Eastern part of the city of Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu, India. It is governed by Coimbatore City Municipal Corporation since 1981. The growth of Peelamedu during the last decade can be cited due to the growth of the IT sector in Coimbatore. The rapid growth of Peelamedu as a commercial and residential hub could be attributed to its geographical advantage in terms of the connectivity to other parts of the city. It acts as an important hub connecting the rapidly growing business class Information Technology corridor. The Peelamedu area stretches from Nava India to the Coimbatore International Airport near SITRA, encompassing major educational institutions, hospitals, and Industries.
Kottur-Malayandipattinam or Kottur is the biggest panchayat town in Anaimalai_taluk of Coimbatore rural district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Its short name is KM Pattinam. The name Kottur-Malayandipattinam is used to distinguish it from other places of the same name in south India, with Malayandipattinam (malai-yandi-pattanam) being the name of the southern part of the town and named after being surrounded by western ghats. It is famous for buying elephant ivory 100 years before, kottur Tamil meaning of kottu is elephant ivory and it also means the end of town.
Coimbatore Junction railway station, also known as Kovai Junction railway station, is the primary railway station serving Coimbatore city.
Vellakinar is one of the localities of the Coimbatore city in Tamil Nadu, India. Vellakinar is located on the stretch of Mettupalayam road in Coimbatore. Neighbourhing places of Vellakinar are Thudiyalur, Goundampalayam, GN Mills(Gnanambikai Mills). Tamil Nadu Housing Board colony, Sreevatsa Gardens, Samathuvapuram and Meenakshi Gardens, Coimbatore are main residential areas in Vellakinar panchayat. Vellakinar was added to the Coimbatore municipal corporation.
Ganapathy is a residential neighbourhood in the city of Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu, India. It is located in the north-eastern part of the city. This is the most densely populated area within Coimbatore Corporation limits.
Udayampalayam is part of Coimbatore North in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is located 7 km from Coimbatore Railway Station and 18 km from the airport. This is the northern border of the Coimbatore corporation.
Coimbatore is a city in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. Most transportation in the city and suburbs is over its road network. Coimbatore is well connected to most cities and towns in India by road, rail, and air, but not through waterways. The city has successful transport infrastructure compared to other Indian cities, though road infrastructures are not well maintained and developed according to the growing needs of transport, making traffic congestion a major problem in the city. A comprehensive transport development plan has been made to address many traffic problems.
The Coimbatore Bypass Road refers to a series of bypasses connecting the various National Highways and State Highways passing through and originating in the South Indian city of Coimbatore.
Mettupalayam Road, (NH 181) is a major arterial road in city of Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India. This NH runs for about 10 kilometers starting exactly from Rangai Gownder street up to the northern Thudiyalur within the corporation limits.Beyond that the road continues northwards for a distance of 26 kilometres till Mettupalayam. It is six metres (20 ft) wide in most stretches. The road narrows at the stretches between Edayar street, RG street and Flower Market areas. Green Corridor system is under implementation between Chintamani and Thudiyalur to synchronise traffic signals, as it is one of the most congested stretches in the city. This road connects the city with Saibaba Colony Bus Terminus and the northern suburbs in the Coimbatore Metropolitan Area.
Thudiyalur railway station is a suburban railway station of Coimbatore. It is a station in between Coimbatore and Mettupalayam. The station was reopened by Railway minister suresh prabhu. Recently Thudiyalur railway station building was refurbished and the station started functioning from July 3, 2017 onwards. Thudiyalur railway station is just 800 meter from Thudiyalur bus stand.
The Coimbatore–Mettupalayam branch line connects Coimbatore Junction and Mettupalayam in Tamil Nadu.
Trichy Road is an arterial road in Coimbatore, India. This road connects the city to Singanallur Bus Terminus and Sulur Air Force Station and the east and south-east suburbs in the Coimbatore metropolitan area. This road, along with Avinashi Road reveals Coimbatore's development, mostly along the eastern and western sides of these roads. It is considered to be one of the arterial roads with lesser traffic congestion.
Singanallur is a major residential locality of the city of Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu, India. It is located on the banks of Noyyal river, which runs to the southern boundary of the locality. It is situated in the eastern part of the city, and is a major hub for the inter-city bus services towards Southern and Central districts of Tamilnadu from the city. It is one of the well developed neighborhoods in the city and has been part of Coimbatore Corporation since 1981. The East Zone Office of Coimbatore City Municipal Corporation is located at Singanallur.
Coimbatore is the second largest city in the state of Tamilnadu in India. The major arterial roads in the city are Avinashi Road, Trichy Road, Pollachi Road, Sathy Road, Palakkad Road, Mettupalayam Road and Thadagam Road. Coimbatore city is served by many flyovers. Avinashi road flyover in Coimbatore was built in 1974 and was the second flyover to be opened in Tamil Nadu after the Anna flyover in Chennai. It was also the first grade separator in India to have a roundabout.