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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.
Here’s How Metro Line VI Will Impact Property PricesThe Line VI of the Mumbai Metro network will connect Lokhandwala Complex (Swami Samarth Nagar) in Andheri and goes up to Kanjurmarg in eastern suburbs of Mumbai via Jogeshwari and Vikhroli. With an estimated cost of Rs 6,672 crore, the 14.5-kilometre corridor will have 13 stations with interchange option to metro lines 2, 3 and 4. The Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) will boost east-west connectivity in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR).
Delayed For Years, MIG Redevelopment Colony To Be BaStarted in 2006, the redevelopment work is far from completion but might get on track as the Bombay High Court has cleared the deck for the construction work to start. The project was in litigation due to a rule imposed by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation that the developer must execute a permanent agreement with the old homeowners to get the construction commencement certificate. As the Bombay HC has set aside this condition, the work might begin soon.
Mumbai DP: City To Go Vertical; 10 Lakh Affordable HMaharashtra has launched new Development Plan for Mumbai metropolitan region that has cleared the deck for vertical development and has brought FSI bonanza for the developers. The FSI for commercial buildings has been raised to 5 to create space for new jobs and at least 5 lakh affordable homes.
Ride to Delhi Airport To Get Signal FreeAbout 14 months after the idea to make the stretch between the Indira Gandhi Airport and Dhaula Kuan signal-free was mooted and about two months after Housing Minister Hardeep Singh Puri laid the foundation stone of the project, the National Highways Authority of India would not start the construction work. The Supreme Court’s Central Empowered Committee recently gave the highways development agency the permission to fell trees as it goes ahead to build infrastructure projects that would rid the always-in-use stretch of its almost-always –existing traffic jams.