MMRDA examines possibility of constructing Metro corridor on Mumbai Trans Harbour Link

Mumbai, India (Metro Rail Today): The Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA) is examining the possibility of constructing a metro corridor on the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link  Road, which will connect the southern part of the city to Navi Mumbai.

The matter was discussed on Friday in a meeting held by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to review major infrastructure projects according to different sources.

"The MTHL project – the country’s largest proposed sea link – is a 21.8-km long six-lane road bridge that is being built between Sewri in Mumbai and Chirle in Navi Mumbai. While the project was envisaged about 35 years ago, three attempts in 2006, 2007 and 2013 by the government to start work in various modes did not succeed", according to a news report.

Currently, 35-40 percent of the work on MTHL is complete. The project is expected to be completed by September 2023.

"Urban Development Minister Eknath Shinde, Mumbai Suburban Guardian Minister and Tourism Minister Aaditya Thackeray, Additional Chief Secretary to CM Ashish Kumar Singh, Principal Secretary Vikas Kharge, Principal Secretary (Urban Development) Bhushan Gagrani and MMRDA Commissioner Srinivasan attended Friday’s meeting", added the report.


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