The first phase of the proposed 146km long Metro route in Mumbai comprising of 12 stations is near completion
Mumbai: The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has expedited its work on the ambitious Mumbai metro Rail project and the Mono Rail Project to make them operational by the year end.
According to a MMRDA official the authority was working on several ambitious projects in and around Mumbai aimed at improving the daily life of Mumbaikars and make the city look better.
The first phase of the proposed 146km long Metro route in Mumbai comprising of 12 stations is near completion and commuters will soon be able to use it, the official added.
Road and infrastructure projects undertaken by the MMRDA this year are expected to amount to approximately Rs 5,600 crore.
The MMRDA is also implementing the 8.8 km long mono rail project between Chembur and Wadala, Sahara Flyover, Milan Railway crossing bridge and Amar Mahal Junction Bridge in Mumbai.
With MMRDA’s projects on developing road transport, vehicular traffic load is expected to reduce and transport will become easier from Navi Mumbai to Pune and Thane to Nashik and towards South India.
The MMRDA is also undertaking ambitious projects like Mumbai Urban Infrastructure Project, Rental Housing and several Mumbai Urban Transport Projects.
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