The 19.54 km Chembur-Wadala-Jacob Circle Mono Rail corridor will be Worlds second longest Mono Rail corridor the longest being Japans Osaka Mono Rail corridor which is 23.8 km. While there are 19 stations on the Osaka Mono Rail corridor, the Mumbai Mono Rail ... India Infoline, 2 months ago
Underground utility line slows down phase II piling work - Indian Express, 1 month ago
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From being the only state in the Indian Union with the tag of greatness attached to its name, Maharashtra ought to be worried at a growing loss of reputation. Very few of its minders, though, will admit to a power shift. May 1, the day Maharashtra ...ASAPP, 2 days ago
K Vijaya Lakshmi, Additional Chief (Metro, Monorail and UMMTA), MMRDA Twenty-five years of experience in traffic and transportation planning and engineering have put her on the fast track to success. K Vijaya Lakshmi, a graduate in civil engineering ...ASAPP, 1 month ago
Background check of 31 projects undertaken by the authority shows cost escalation in all barring monorail one. It's not just the irrigation projects in Maharashtra that have witnessed delay and increase in cost. The projects by the Mumbai ...DNA India, 1 month ago
Though the city's development authority allocated a staggering Rs 23,191 crore over the past four years to boost infrastructure in (MMR), just about 50 per cent of that amount was actually utilised. The reason for this is being attributed to ...Indian Express, 1 month ago MMRDA budget focuses on infra projects outside city Indian Express, 1 month ago
, who also holds the finance portfolio, did not announce any new infrastructure project for the city in the state budget Wednesday. He, however, set targets for city development authorities to complete key transport projects. Metro Elevated Metro ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
A conspiracy theorist would find it easy to believe that the Maharashtra government is working as hard as it can to make Mumbai India's most unliveable city.Mid Day, 1 month ago
Rs700b worth of developments cover road connections, flyovers and rail projects Mumbai: In the next five years, Mumbai will have several transport and infrastructural projects being completed for which the state is spending billions of rupees. In ...Gulf News, 1 month ago
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