The Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority, in order to effectively handle the traffic situation in Chennai, has planned to appoint a consultant in order to ease traffic in the areas bordering Koyambedu and CMBT. CMDA, in a bid to achieve the same, has invited bids and tenders from consultancy firms to prepare local area traffic management strategies and implementation plan to enhance safety, sustainability and civc amenities for the areas bordering in and around Koyambedu and CMBT areas. The Consultant would be required to present contemporary operational concepts, analyses and applications of traffic system management strategies, which includes operating, regulating and service policies in order to achieve maximum efficiency and productivity for the system as a whole. CMDA has also stated that through the application of the Traffic system management strategies, such as operational charges and land use policies, the study area could be used to maintain mobility and safety for growing standard of living by limiting the system capacity growth. To achieve this, would CMDA propose the implementation strategies, including the institutional arrangements for maintaining the mobility and safety by adjusting minor changes? How would this entire system work? Would this in reality reduce and regulate the traffic in the neighbouring areas of Koyambedu? Would this reduce the congregation and congestion caused to the Chennai city on the whole? Or is it just another ideology in the pipeline than that of realistic outcomes?