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All You Need To Know About Mumbai Metro Line IIIThe line III of the Mumbai Metro is a 33.5-km underground corridor from Colaba in south Mumbai to Seepz in the north via Bandra. It is being implemented in phases with the first phase from Aarey Milk Colony to the airport to be thrown open by March 2021 while the second phase from Cuffe Parade is expected to open in December same year. Developed at an estimated cost of Rs 23,136 crore, the project will have 21 stations and advanced features to prevent subway flooding during rains.
Mumbai Metro Line 2A To Get Operational By 2020The Mumbai Metro Line II is being constructed in two sub-phases with 18-km line 2A between Dahisar and DN Nagar; and the 23-km line 2B between DN Nagar and Mankhurd. Construction works begun in 2016 and the DMRC plans to open one part of this line (2A) for the public by 2020.
A Look At Mumbai Amid Rain, Metro Construction And TWhile Mumbai is readying itself for the monsoons, several infrastructure projects which are underway have brought the focus on the preparedness of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) in tackling road congestion, traffic snarls and flooding.
Mumbai Metro Ridership Hits 400-Million MarkThe Mumbai Metro has crossed 400-million ridership at a 12-km route between Versova- Andheri- Ghatkopar in a period of four years. Also, it has emerged as the only public transport infrastructure that witnessed an increase in passengers of up to 15 per cent annually. According to the data available with Mumbai Metro One, the network operates with around 378-382 trips on weekdays, with a punctuality performance of 99.9 per cent along what is the world's densest corridor. The route also connects the eastern and western suburbs via Andheri.
Have A Building-Related Complaint in Mumbai? It WillThe law mandates that Mumbai's civic body provide a closure to a citizen complaint pertaining to water supply, solid-waste management, etc., in a matter of three days. However, if the findings of a recent report by non-government body Praja Foundation are to be believed, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation takes over 15 days to resolve an issue. The report assessed data between March and December 2017 for the 24 wards in India's financial capital. The average time taken by the BMC to resolve an issue, says the report, is 48 days.