Maharshtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan had inaugurated the much-awaited Terminal 2 of the Mumbai international airport and the Sahar elevated road corridor with much funfare. But the underpass that connects the Terminal 2 with the Sahar road poses a threat to travellers.
With lack of any signbord to guide the motorists towards the terminal, the chance of vehicles wrongly entering into the lane has increased.
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The 2.2 km Sahar elevated road project came up at cost of Rs 400 crore. The road offers seamless and signal-free connectivity from Western Express Highway, and promises to cut the travel time by around 30 minutes.
However, days after the T2 was thrown open for public, confusion reigned at the underpass with motorists losing their way.