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Coastal road to connect with Worli-Bandra sea link

Coastal road to connect with Worli-Bandra sea link

At the Mazgaon Dock Jetty, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has installed a 2000-tonne, 136-metre bowstring arch onto a barge, marking a significant turning point in the construction of its coastal road project. To reduce traffic congestion heading south, this structure seeks to connect the coastal road with the Bandra Worli Sea Link.

The 850-metre connector is expected to be finished by April 17 and is made up of 270 metres of steel and the remaining portion of concrete. Between April 18 and 19, the bow-string bridge’s final girder is scheduled to be installed, representing an important turning point in the project’s development.

It is a significant accomplishment that the project’s first phase has been completed despite obstacles, including Worli’s shallow waters and thick bedrock. After installing the girders, attention will turn to building the asphalt roads, with completion scheduled for the end of May.

BMC’s responsiveness to community needs is demonstrated by the bridge’s new design, which guarantees all users’ use and safety when navigating. This initiative represents BMC’s commitment to improving urban transportation and people’s quality of life as Mumbai’s coastline infrastructure develops.


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