Mumbai’s Versova-Bandra Sea Link project got administrative clearance


The state government has cleared the project of the Versova-Bandra Marine Corridor project on Monday to make the Mumbai city and the western suburbs transport system fast and easily. The main route 9.60KM and length of the project is 17.17 km.

There will be eight paths this way. The cost of the project was Rs 7502 crores. To make the project cost, the provision of toll charges has already been made on this path till 2052. In the next three-four months, the project will be completed by completing the tender process, sources said in the Public Works Department.

There has been a large increase in traffic in the western suburbs of Mumbai. He is under tremendous pressure on the transport system. The concept of the West Free Road was designed to break the traffic jams in this area.

As part of this, the decision to construct Versova-Bandra Sea Marine Corridor and to transfer (BOT) principle was taken in 2009. But its implementation could not be implemented for some reason. Now the state government has decided to get the project started.



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