Chennai Airport is one of the busiest airports in the country connecting Tamil Nadu to rest of India. You can connect to south-east part of Tamil Nadu by taking a flight till Chennai and then taking a train or bus to these places. To connect to the western areas you can take a flight till coimbatore and then take a bus or train to the destination. To the south most tip, like Kanyakumari, Tirunelveli, Nagarcoil etc..it is better to take a flight connection till Trivandrum (Kerala) and from there take a bus or train.
The railway hub of Tamil Nadu is Chennai (Madras) and Coimbatore. These stations connect the state to all the other states of India. These are also major hubs connecting Kerala (Via Coimbatore) and the south-east of Tamil Nadu (Via - Chennai). There are trains running on a daily basis connecting Chennai and Coimbatore to various states across the country.
The State of Tamilnadu is well connected by a very good network of roads and bus transport. The capital city of Chennai has its MTC or Metropolitan Transport Corporation which is easily the best in India in terms of connectivity, regularity and efficiency.
Within the state between various cities, towns is the Thiruvalluvar Transport Corporation.
Both in the capital city of Chennai and in other towns, auto rickshaws create a havoc. Nevetheless, they are a necessary evil since they are cheaper than hiring a car and also can go faster in the traffic. They are supposed to run on meters but seldom use them and one is often literally and figuratively taken for a ride!!
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