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    Decks clear for Rs. 15,000-cr project

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    After over a half decade delay, Mumbai's Coastal Road Project finally got a nod from the Environment Ministry thereby cracking a major hurdle of traffic congestion the road users battling daily along the Western Express Highway, the last hurdle crossed on this 30-km stretch of coastal road comes as a big relief. On this score, an 8-lane, toll-free road which could possibly reduce commute time between North to South Mumbai by almost 70 percent, is something India‘s major financial capital and city badly needs. With all the clearance in place, the Rs 15,000-crore project will be implemented by the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM). The project will be taken up in 2 phases- Phase 1 connecting Nariman Point to Bandra Carter Road which will include an underground tunnel and 2 bridges and that Phase 2 will see bridging Bandra with Kandivali in the northern part, said an official spokesperson.
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