The costs of the Mumbai Urban Transport Project II have now increased to Rs 8,000 crore from the Rs 5,300 crore that was sanctioned in 2008. This, sources have said, is due to red tape within the railway ministry as well as unforeseen expenditure. A total of ... Asian Age, 2 months ago
By Kamal Mishra While Mumbaikars face a scrum inside crammed compartments even after paying a cess to fund better services, the Railway Board has allotted 10 new rakes that were meant for Central Railway's local division to other cities, a report ...Mumbai Mirror, 2 days ago
The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Mumbai, Jan. 18 -- Keeping a track on the progress of pending railway projects in the MMR, CM Devendra Fadnavis has, in a memorandum to railway minister Suresh ...HT Syndication, 2 weeks ago
Railway officials have said that relief for suburban commuters in the form of better punctuality is still a long way to go, what with the 5th and 6th lines unlikely to meet their March 2017 deadline even as most Mumbai Urban Transport Projects (MUTP) II are ...Asian Age, 2 months ago
The rains in Chennai abated two days ago, but the downpour badly affected the supply of Bombardier rakes which are part of the Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP) II’s new local trains for the city, as the company that assembles it — Integral Coach ...Asian Age, 2 months ago
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