Mumbai Urban Transport Project

Mumbai Urban Transport Project

Mumbai is India's financial capital and commercial centre. However, the ever increasing populace of this city is rendering the present day infrastructure facilities inadequate. The city is facing transport and communication related issues especially considering the growing vehicular population, consequent traffic congestion and traffic slow down. The biggest and most convenient public transport, the suburban local trains, also presented a congested face affecting the city's image. Therefore, in 2002 the State Government, Indian Railways and the MMRDA, with financial assistance from the World Bank, decided to undertake Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP) to find out long term solution to city's transport and communication issues.
 
Two crucial objectives of the project
  • Improve traffic and transportation situation in MMR and
  • Institutional development and strengthening
This project was successfully implemented with the assistance of World Bank Funding.

Project Features

Sr.No. Name of Project Width & Length of Road Revised Contract Cost Status as on Date
1. JVLR Width 45.7 Mtr. & Length 11.1 Km. 220 Crore Part I & III was handed over in December, 2010 and Part II was handed over in December, 2011 to MCGM.
2. SCLR Width 45.7 Mtr. & Length 3.44 Km. and 2 arms of 0.8 Km. 428 Crore @ 90% work is completed and the balance work will be completed by 31st December, 2013.

 

Details of Project

JVLR The work consist of about six minor bridges two flyovers, one at Seepz and other one is at Raheja Vihar, Powai and for about 4.6 Km. length the road is widened for 30.00mt. width and for 6.5km length the road is widened for about 45.7mt. length
SCLR The work consist of 1 flyover on LBS Marg at kurla, one Double Decker flyover at New Tilak Nagar and two arms one for L.T. Terminal and other one for Kurla diary. The road is being widen for 45.7 mtr width

 

Present Status

Both roads are major East –West connectivity
  • JVLR - Part I & III was handed over in December, 2010 and Part II was handed over in December, 2011 to MCGM.
  • SCLR – I & II, @ 90% work is completed and the balance work will be completed by 31st December

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