Chennai Siruseri – Salem / Hosur Software Express
Software Express from Siruseri
INCREASE IN PATRONAGE
The bus awareness is getting increased due to continual efforts put by TNSTC Salem Managers and staffs.
The First Salem bus left at 6.15 PM with 100% occupancy first time yesterday from siruseri. Because of full occupancy it was operated via kelambakkam, vandalur, villupuram.
The Second salem bus left at 7:30 with 75% occupancy and it ran via sholinganallur, medavakkam and Tambaram to fill the bus
The Third salem bus at 9 PM occupancy not known .
Unfortunately 3PM is canceled due to no response this week.
The Hosur bus left at 7 PM with 15 seats only left and plied via Sriperumbudur as the patronage is high compared to last week . Last week it went to poonamallee to fill the bus.
An Erode bus is also under consideration because of demand from sipcot employees
TIDEL and OMR travellers can get the bus in Siruseri to reach the destination quickly
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All Siruseri buses to Vellore,Kancheepuram, Salem, Erode may be run via Kelambakkam, Vandalur, Padappai, Oragadam,Kancheepuram and Bangalore 6 lane road. the reasons are :
Lesser Traffic Signals : the buses can run fast and cover the distance with less diesel and wear and tear.
Kelambakkam-Vandalur is busy passenger traffic and lesser road traffic with limited stops, having lot of
Engineering Colleges, and Medical college and many Apartments. Passengers from Kovalam on ECR
and nearby areas also can board at Kelambakkam. where the bus staff also can have some facilities.
Guduvanchery, Vandalur, have no direct connection to Padappai and Oragadam Industrial Area which has
tremendous scope for the passengers of these areas. buses from Tambaram Sanatorium like 79, and 155
get filled up at Tambaram itself and at Perungalathur pssengers have to stand
I request the Officers consider the above and decide so that the buses run full capacity all time.