Tiruvannamalai Central Bus Station

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General information
LocationVellore road (Chittore-Cuddalore road),
Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu.
PIN  606601.
Coordinates 11°50′30″N78°03′46″E / 11.8416°N 78.0627°E / 11.8416; 78.0627 Coordinates: 11°50′30″N78°03′46″E / 11.8416°N 78.0627°E / 11.8416; 78.0627
Owned byTiruvannamalai Special Grade Municipality
Operated by Department of Transport (Tamil Nadu) [2]
Platforms4 (60 Bays)
Bicycle facilitiesYes
Disabled access Wheelchair symbol.svg
Other information
Fare zone TNSTC Tiruvannamalai Division [3]
Opened2000 (2000)
15,000 per day

Tiruvannamalai Central Bus Station , commonly known as Tiruvannamalai New Bus Stand, is one of the bus termini of Tiruvannamalai. Sister stations include Manalurpet road station and nine other arterial festive time bus stations, which are primarily used for intra-city buses. [4] The bus station is located 0.5 kilometres (0.31 mi) away from Tiruvannamalai railway station. The Shri Tiruvannamalai Arunachaleswarar – Abithagujalaambal shrine is 2 km (1.2 mi) away.



Due to the town's location between Bengaluru and Puducherry & Vellore and Trichy, all Bengaluru bound buses from Villupuram, Cuddalore, Kumbakonam and Thanjavur pass the terminus. The station is managed by Department of Transport (Tamil Nadu). It services premium buses, which are operated by SETC. [5] [6]

Beyond Tamil Nadu

Tiruvannamalai is also serviced by Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh government transport corporations. Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation's Rajahamsa, Airavat and Airavat club class buses [7] [8] and other vehicles connect Tiruvannamalai with rest of Karnataka.

Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation connects Tiruvannamalai with Tirupathi and Hyderabad.


1 Vellore, Kanchipuram, Arni, Chittor, K.G.F, Gudiyattam, Tiruthani, and Arcot
1 A Chennai, Gingee, Viluppuram, Vettavalam, Chengalpattu, Tindivanam and Puducherry
2 Bengaluru, Dharmapuri, Harur, Tirupattur, Vaniyambadi, Karur, Ooty, Hosur, Hogenakkal, Salem, Coimbatore, Erode and Tiruppur,Krishnagiri,Uthangarai
3 Bengaluru, Kolar Gold Fields, Chickmagalur, Davanagere, Shimoga, Hospet and Talguppa (KSRTC).

APSRTC – Hyderabad, Tirupathi, Madanapalle, Gooty, Guntakal, Proddatur and Palamaner

4 Cuddalore, Trichy, Madurai, Nagapattinam, Chidambaram, Mayiladuthurai, Kumbakonam, Thanjavur, Tirunelveli, Karaikudi, Dindigul Pudukottai, Nagercoil, Shencottah, Rajapalayam and Marthandam
4 sub Kallakurichi, Attur, Rasipuram and Town buses.

Platforms and Busbays

18Arni / Arcot
111K.G.F / Gudiyattam
112Other destinations- exit via Polur/ Avalurpet roads
113/14/15Town Buses – Medical college, Avalurpet, Collector office, Vengikkal EB etc.,

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