Bandra-Versova sea link gets 31-km expansion

    Bandra-Versova sea link gets 31-km expansion
    The upcoming coastal road in Mumbai has been extended to Ghodbunder Road from the Bandra-Versova Sea Link (BVSL) and the extension has been cleared recently by the empowered committee set up by the MMRDA. The proposed alignment of the 33-km extension will take up some more land and open spaces from the city, said, Additional Metropolitan Commissioner, MMRDA, Sanjay Khandare, reiterating that the MMRDA will now begin the process for seeking environmental clearances for the extended stretch. The proposed road will begin at the Versova end of the Sea Link and head to Marve, connecting Ghodbunder Road at National Highway 8 via Bhayandar. This will be constructed on the eastern side of the Gorai Creek and will be parallel to the existing Link Road. The MMRDA plans to begin construction of the extended stretch to Ghodbunder Road simultaneously with the other two phases. Meanwhile, the remaining coastal road, estimated to cost at least Rs.12,000 crore, will be constructed in two phases whereby BMC will construct the south Mumbai stretch from Princess Street Flyover to Bandra-Worli Sea Link, while MSRDC will construct the 9.6-km of the BVSL road stretch. Connecting the Bandra-Worli Sea Link, the bridge will have interchanges at Otter‘s club in Bandra and Juhu Koliwada, apart from an exit at Versova, he added.
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