The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has announced plans for a ₹6,327-crore twin tunnel project in Mumbai. The project, which is expected to be completed in four years, will connect the Eastern Freeway with the Western Freeway. It will also have an interchange with the proposed coastal road.
The twin tunnel will be 8.5 km long and will have two lanes in each direction. It will start from the Eastern Freeway at the Panjarpol junction and end at the Western Freeway at the Bandra-Worli Sea Link. The project also includes the construction of two ventilation shafts, one at the Bandra end and the other at the Worli end.
The project is part of the MMRDA’s plan to improve connectivity in Mumbai. It is also expected to ease traffic congestion on the Eastern and Western Freeways.
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