The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Construction Authority (MMRC) has started work on the much-awaited CSMT-Panvel Metro corridor. The project, which is a part of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Plan (MMRDP), will see the construction of a 32.5-km-long corridor with 27 stations. The project is expected to be completed by 2021.
The CSMT-Panvel Metro corridor is one of the most important projects being undertaken by the MMRC, as it will provide a much-needed connectivity between the city and the suburbs. The corridor will also ease congestion on the existing suburban railway network.
The project is being implemented in two phases. In the first phase, the corridor will be constructed from CSMT to Wadala, while in the second phase, it will be extended to Panvel.
The project is expected to cost Rs. 11,000 crore and will be funded by the World Bank, JICA, and the MMRDA.
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