Mumbai Trans-Harbour link to be opened for traffic in November: Maharashtra CM Shinde


MUMBAI: Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde mentioned 90 per cent building work on the Mumbai Trans-Harbour Hyperlink (MTHL) has been accomplished and the bridge can be thrown open to site visitors in November this yr. An official launch quoted the chief minister as saying that it will be the “longest sea bridge in the country” and likewise the primary bridge to have the ability of “Open Road Tolling (ORT) system”.

The 16.5 km portion of this 22 km lengthy bridge can be constructed on the ocean. Shinde mentioned that after the bridge opens for site visitors, it will be doable to journey from Sewri in central Mumbai to Chirle in Navi Mumbai in 15 to twenty minutes. He mentioned that because of the open tolling system, autos is not going to must cease on the bridge to pay the toll. Officers of the Mumbai Metropolitan Area Improvement Authority (MMRDA) knowledgeable that this technique is at present utilized in Singapore. MMRDA, an company of the Authorities of Maharashtra, is executing the MTHL undertaking funded by the Japan Worldwide Cooperation Company.

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