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Thiruvananthapuram metropolitan area

Thiruvananthapuram Urban area
തിരുവനന്തപുരം നഗരവല്‍കൃത സമൂഹം
City
From top clockwise: Kerala Legislative Assembly, Padmanabha Swamy Temple, Kovalam Beach, Napier Museum, Kerala Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhavani building in Technopark
From top clockwise: Kerala Legislative Assembly, Padmanabha Swamy Temple, Kovalam Beach, Napier Museum, Kerala Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhavani building in Technopark
Thiruvananthapuram Urban area is located in Kerala
Thiruvananthapuram Urban area
Thiruvananthapuram Urban area
Location in Kerala, India
Coordinates:
Country  India
State Kerala
District Thiruvananthapuram
Government
 • Body Thiruvananthapuram Nagarasabha (തിരുവനന്തപുരം നഗരസഭ )
Area
 • Total 250 km2 (100 sq mi)
Population (2011)[1]
 • Total 1,687,406
 • Density 6,700/km2 (17,000/sq mi)
Languages
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Vehicle registration KL 01, KL 16, KL 19, KL 20, KL 21, KL 22, KL 15(KSRTC)
Nearest city Thiruvananthapuram
Sex ratio 1070 /
Lok Sabha constituency Thiruvananthapuram, Attingal
Planning agency Thiruvananthapuram Development Authority (TRIDA)
Civic agency Thiruvananthapuram Nagarasabha (തിരുവനന്തപുരം നഗരസഭ )
For the district article, see Thiruvananthapuram district

Thiruvananthapuram Urban Agglomeration is the 5th largest Urban Agglomeration in the state behind Kochi,Kozhikode, Thrissur and Malappuram. This UA consists of Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) city, the municipalities of Attingal, Nedumangad and Neyyattinkara, three outgrowths and 24 census towns. The total population is 1,687,406, which includes 815,200 males and 872,206 females as per 2011 census.[1]

Contents

  • Components 1
    • Future Expansion 1.1
  • Monorail 2
    • Trivandrum Capital Region 2.1
  • References 3

Components

No. Location Type
1 Thiruvananthapuram City corporation
2 Kazhakkoottam Outgrowth (Merged to city corporation in 2010)
3 Sreekaryam Outgrowth (Merged to city corporation in 2010)
4 Kudappanakunnu Outgrowth (Merged to city corporation in 2010)
5 Vattiyoorkavu Outgrowth (Merged to city corporation in 2010)
6 Kovalam Outgrowth (Merged to city corporation in 2010)
7 Attingal Municipality
8 Nedumangad Municipality
9 Neyyattinkara Municipality
10 Alamcode Census Town
11 Keezhattingal Census Town
12 Vakkom Census Town
13 Kizhuvalam - Koonthalloor Census Town
14 Edakkode Census Town
15 Azhoor Census Town
16 Vattappara Census Town
17 Karakulam Census Town
18 Uliyazhathura Census Town
22 Kalliyoor Census Town
23 Venganoor Census Town
24 Vilappil Census Town
25 Kulathummal Census Town
26 Malayinkeezhu Census Town
27 Vilavoorkkal Census Town
28 Pallichal Census Town
29 Athiyannur Census Town
30 Kanjiramkulam Census Town
31 Veiloor Census Town
32 Pallippuram Census Town
33 Iroopara Census Town
34 Aryanad Census Town

Future Expansion

Monorail

Thiruvananthapuram Metropolitan Monorail (Proposed)
Varkala
Varkala Maithanam
Puthenchantha
Palachira
Vadasserikonam
Njekkad
Kallambalam
Manamboor
Chathanpara
Alamcode
Attingal
Mamom
Korani
Plamoodu
18th Mile
Toll Junction
Chempakamangalam
16th Mile
Thonnakkal
Mangalapuram
Future Expansion
Technocity Extension
Technocity
Pallipuram
Thamarakulam
Kaniyapuram
Block Office
Technopark (Kazhakuttam)
Kariavattom
Gurumandiram
Pangapara
Sreekaryam
Ulloor
Kesavadasapuram
Pattom
Plamoodu
PMG
Statue
Thampanoor(Central)
Killipalam
Karamana
Kaimanaam
Pappanamcode
Karakkamandapom
Vellayani
Pravachambalam
Pallichal
Vedivechankovil
Madavoorpara
Balaramapuram
Vazhimukku
Pathamkallu
Moonnukallinmoodu
TB Junction
Neyyattinkara

Phase 1:Technocity to Thampanoor
Phase 2:Thampanoor to Neyyattinkara
Phase 3:Technocity to Varkala


Trivandrum Capital Region

The Trivandrum Capital Region or TCR is the area proposed by TRIDA (Trivandrum Development Authority) by joining adjacent municipalities of Nedumangad, Neyyattinkara, Varkala and Attingal with Thiruvananthapuram city.[3] This was proposed for planning the development of the capital region of Kerala more effectively. The TCR covers most part of the Thiruvananthapuram UA and eyes to develop the surrounding municipalities as satellite towns to the main city.

References

  1. ^ a b India UA Population. "Urban Agglomerations/Cities having population 1 million and above". Provisional Population Totals, Census of India 2011. The Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India. Retrieved 16 October 2011. 
  2. ^ TABLE 7.2.11. Amitava Mukherjee. 
  3. ^ TRIDA - Seminar on TCR
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