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A study on the trend of development along thurakal bapooty road in manjeri, kerala using geospatial technology

Author: 
Bindu, K. B., Neeraj Biju and Rishikesh Raveendhren
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

The Thurakkal Bapooty bypass road is a link road connecting the Malappuram Manjeri road in south at Kacheripadi junction with Calicut Manjeri road in the western part of Manjeri town in Malappuram district in Kerala. It starts at Kacheripadi junction at latitude 11°6´37.728´´ N and longitude 76°7´14.454´´ E and ends near Thurakkal at latitude 11°7´16.008´´ N and longitude 76°6´36.564´´ E. The construction work of Thurakkal Bapooty road was started in the year 1996 and was open to the public in the year 2005. This road was constructed to divert the flow of vehicle traffic from the Manjeri town, in order to avoid traffic problem. Tremendous development is noted along this road within span of 10 years. The present study is focused on studying the trend of development in the study area along Thurakkal Bapooty bypass road using geospatial technology. This study is based on borh primary and secondary data. The primary data in the form of questionaire and direct interview was collected analyzed and maped, similarly the survey map of wards was used to dematcate the outline boundary of study area. The Google Earth imageries of 2006 and 2016 were used to derived the land use pattern in the study area. The ArcGIS 10.1 software, Google Earth and Microsoft Excel was used for the collection, manipulation, analysis and representation of maps, tables and charts in this study. The study not only highlights the significance of Thurakkal Bapooty bypass road, but also reveals the trend of development and related major issues and problems in study area along Thurakkal Bapooty bypass road.

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