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News » International » Mumbai moves forward with 24km metro » published 11 Apr 2018

Mumbai moves forward with 24km metro

Work is kicking off on a 24km metro corridor in Mumbai, India, with the launch of the tender for the project.

Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) is tendering the work for the Thane-BhiwandiKalyan Metro-5 corridor, which involves a 24km corridor with 17 stations, a depot and associated works.

The tender documents will be made available next week, with a pre-bid meeting held on 27 April and bids due in by 18 May.

The corridor is expected to carry about 229,000 commuters daily when it opens in 2021.



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This article was published on 11 Apr 2018 (last updated on 11 Apr 2018).

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