BMC plans Rs.153 cr twin flyovers

    Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC)
    In its quest to make available hassle free transport facilities to the milling masses of the metropolitan city, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has recently rolled out plans for the construction of two flyovers at Vikhroli and Vidyavihar stations of the Central Railway (CR) at a cost of Rs.153 crore, said official sources, recalling that the Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA) had proposed to build the flyovers in 2007 as part of its Mumbai Urban Transport Project and failed to execute the project but now BMC‘s bridges department has begun the process of drawing up the construction plan, making estimates and hiring consultants. While the 450-metre-long flyover at Vidyavihar will cost Rs108 crore and connect L.B.S Marg to R.C. Marg, whereas the 566-metre long Vikhroli flyover will cost Rs.45.77 crore and come up at Level Crossing No. 14. The railways has already approved the plan for the Vikhroli flyover and Rs.23.75 lakh was paid to experts at IIT Bombay for scrutinizing the project plan.
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