The Mumbai civic body has issued an invitation for bids for the estimated $5,806 crore project of concretizing 400 km of city roads. It has released five different tenders with a 24-month timeline, excluding monsoon season, for upgrading and improving roads.
Additionally, it will involve tasks like digging soak pits for water percolation, constructing underground ducts for utility lines, and choosing a quality control and CCTV agency.
At a cost of $2,200 crore, more than 236.58 km of concrete roads are being built in Mumbai in FY 22–23, adding to the city’s approximately 1,000 km of existing concrete roads.
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