K. Appavu Pillai Memorial Bus Terminus

K. Appavu Pillai Memorial Bus Terminus is located on National Highway 44, Hosur, India. The integrated bus terminus which operates both City and Moffusil Bus Terminus.

K. Appavu Pillai Memorial Bus Terminus
K. Appavu Pillai bus stand.jpg
Front of K Appavupillai Bus Stand
LocationHosur
India
Owned byHosur Corporation
Operated byTamil Nadu State Transport Corporation
Construction
Parkingyes
Bicycle facilitiesyes
Disabled accessDisabled access
Other information
Station codeTRI State Express Transport Corporation (Tamil Nadu)
TRH Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation
History
Rebuilt2010

HistoryEdit

In the early 1980s, the bus station was built and named after former MLA and Hosur town panchayat president Mr. K. Appavu Pillai. In 2007 due to the National Highway road expansion, the bus terminus was reconstructed, costing 6.80-10.5 crores. The new terminus was again named after Pillai and inaugurated by M. K. Stalin on 18 July 2010.[1][2]

FacilitiesEdit

The terminus has 53 bus bays with modern amenities. The associated shopping complex ks named after Former Chief Minister Mr. C. N. Annadurai. It offers 48 shops on the ground floor and 28 shops on the first floor.[citation needed]

The terminus is managed by the municipality of Hosur. Some 2,000 buses operate there daily.[3]

ServicesEdit

Local and long-distance buses stop there. Bangalore is the most frequent long-distance service. Bengaluru buses have a semi-detached area at the front of the bus stand for easy access to the passengers. Tamil Nadu State Road Transport Corporation, Karnataka, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh State Transport Corporation buses operate there.[citation needed]

See alsoEdit

  • Tamil Nadu State Road Transport Corporation

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "New bus stand in Hosur to be named after Appavu Pillai". The Hindu. Chennai, India. 10 July 2010.
  2. ^ "Stalin to commission new bus stand in Hosur today". The Hindu. Chennai, India. 17 July 2010.
  3. ^ "ஒசூர் பேருந்து நிலையத்தில் குடிநீர்த் தட்டுப்பாடு - Dinamani". DailyHunt. Retrieved 12 November 2019.