The Mumbai Skywalk Project is the erection of skywalks for pedestrian use in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. The skywalks connect Mumbai Suburban Railway stations and other high-concentration commercial areas with various heavily targeted destinations. The purpose of the skywalks is efficient dispersal of commuters from congested areas to strategic locations, such as bus stations, taxi stands, shopping areas, etc.
The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority in its 119th meeting held on 28th September, 2007 sanctioned Skywalks at 20 railway stations at a cost of Rs.600 crores. This was a part of Station Area Traffic Improvement Scheme (SATIS).
In all, the Authority has completed 36 skywalks out of which the MMRDA constructed 28, MSRDC 7 and 1 was constructed by Kalyan-Dombivali Municipal Corporation. The survey conducted by the Authority shows that more than 15 lakhs commuters make use of the skywalks.

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