Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA) is implementing the multi modal project viz. Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP) at a total estimated cost of Rs 51.27 billion. The project aims to bring about improvement in traffic and ... ASAPP, 4 weeks ago
13-km stretch of Eastern Freeway scheduled to open next week has no CCTV cameras - Mid Day, 3 days ago
Work on vital SCLR rail overbridge begins - Indian Express, 1 month ago
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The development objective of the Second Phase (A) of the Mumbai Urban Transport Project for India is to improve the passenger carrying capacity, operational efficiency, level of comfort of, and the institutional capacity of entities involved in, the ...World Bank, 1 week ago Josephine d'Allant: How Matatus and Kekes are Improving the Lives of the Urban Poor Huffington Post, 2 weeks ago Programmes and Policies Implemented For Urban Development Press Information Bureau, 3 weeks ago India - Mumbai Urban Transport Project-2A : P113028 - Implementation Status Results Report : Sequence 06 World Bank, 1 month ago
The budget affords Rs.622-crore boost to the Extended Mumbai Urban Infrastructure Project for six flyovers, a creek-bridge at Vasai between Naigaon and Bhayendar and over 90-km of road network in Vasai, Thane, Kalyan, Dombivli, Ambernath, Karjat, ...India Infoline, 1 month ago MMRDA used only 50% funds for projects in MMR in last 4 yrs Indian Express, 1 month ago MMRDA to spend Rs 622 cr on infra project in Thane Economic Times, 1 month ago Maharashtra CM approves Rs 4,028-crore MMRDA budget Moneycontrol.com, 1 month ago
Union government is promoting #Public Private Partnership (#PPP) model for implementing #urban transportation #projects. Some of the transportation #projects like Mumbai Metro Line 1, Mumbai Metro Line 2, Hyderabad Metro Project are being undertaken under the ...Construction World, 2 months ago Govt promotes PPP model for urban transport projects ASAPP, 2 months ago
Indore: Ten days after metro was inaugurated in Mumbai, Urban Administration and Development Minister of Madhya Pradesh Babulal Gaur said on Friday that Indore and Bhopal will have metro rail within five years time. The minister said that work on ...Daily Bhaskar, 1 week ago
"A plan to set up metro railway line at an estimated cost of around Rs 2,091 crore is under the active consideration of the government," Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan said in the lower house, replying to a discussion on the issue through a ...Firstpost.com, 1 month ago Metro railway line to connect South Mumbai and Thane Indian Express, 1 month ago Metro line to connect South Mumbai & Thane Economic Times, 1 month ago Major infrastructure projects in Mumbai Gulf News, 2 months ago
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When Li Keqiang visits Mumbai, hell first go to TCS Goregaon office; what's so important about this visit? Leslie DMonte If the US tightens its immigration laws, making it tougher and more expensive for Indian IT companies to get H1-B visas for ...Livemint.com, 1 day ago
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