The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation had submitted a revised proposal of the road project entailing an investment of Rs.12,000 crore to the Environment Ministry for final environmental approval. The road will be 29.20 km long and will link Nariman Point in South Mumbai with Kandivli in the western suburb. The project will be constructed in two phases – the first phase will link Nariman Point with Bandra, while in the second phase, it will be extended to Kandivli. The BMC will be the implementing agency for the project as this coastal road will ease the congestion of western expressway and give a faster and smoother ride to vehicular traffic in general and road users in particular.
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