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Mumbai: Rolling stock contract for 3 Metro lines

Sources in the MMRDA said it could be the most cost-effective contract for rolling stock with the cost per coach as low as Rs 8 crore. The trains will have driverless technology.

MMRDA calls for fresh bid for Metro 2B stations

The MMRDA had first invited bids for the 23.5 km corridor in January along with the Metro 4 corridor. However, when they were opened last week they were found to have been more than the expected cost.

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Mumbai Monorail runs into cost overrun arbitration

The MMRDA had originally expected to complete the 19.5-km monorail corridor, snaking its way from Chembur to Jacob Circle in Byculla through Wadala, by 2011.

Five smart cities on cards in Mumbai Metropolitan Region

MMRDA plans to develop Vasai-Virar, Bhiwandi, Greater Kalyan, Greater Panvel and Pen-Alibaug.

Metropolitan Region Development Authority hopes for taller buildings at BKC dashed

The present norms cap the height of buildings to ensure that highrises don't interfere with flight paths.

HC pulls up BMC, state govt, seeks replies in 2 weeks

The Supreme Court had, in 2010, directed setting up of round-the-year night shelters while hearing a petition on urban malnourishment, the PIL contended.

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MMRDA plans to link Sewri elevated road to Bandra-Worli Sea Link

The plan for a Pedder Road flyover has been stalled for more than a decade due to opposition from residents.

Multi-modal corridor: Development authority wants ‘detailed’ report

The MMRDA having decided to construct the Virar-Alibaug corridor has called for consultants to draft a detailed project report

Now, a flyover or underpass to ease traffic on Santacruz-Chembur Link Road

The 3.5-km double-decked flyover is 45.7-m wide, while the link road for the other three kilometres is less than 30 metres in width.

Colaba-Bandra-Seepz Metro project clears key hurdle

State govt approves reconstitution of the MMRCL and nominates five members.

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