Government’s Mega project

Government’s Mega project Information :

•Navi-Mumbai International Airport

This airport will be easily accessible via road, metro rail, and suburban railways. The airport connects the Navi-Mumbai Metro Line 1 and the Mumbai metro line 8. The Sewri to Nhava-Sheva Trans-Harbor Sea Link or MTHL will also provide easy access to the upcoming airport from mainland Mumbai Navi-Mumbai International Airport will include cargo terminal buildings, parallel runways for independent operations, apron area, a cargo complex, taxiways, an aircraft maintenance site, long-term aircraft parking, and much more Navi-Mumbai Airport will spread over 7000+ Acers

•Sewri to Nhava-Sheva Sea-link. (MTHL Sea Link)

MTHL will connect South Mumbai to Navi Mumbai in mere 20 minutes against the current travel time of two hours. It has been identified as an important infrastructure to improve the connectivity within the Mumbai Metropolitan Region

MTHL, also known as the Sewri Nhava Sheva Harbour Link, is an under-construction of about 22- km long, six-lane bridge which is 16.5-km long over sea and about 5.5-km long viaduct on land on either side. The link has interchanges at Sewri in Central_Mumbai, Shivaji Nagar at Mumbai Bay and NH-4 B at Chirle, Navi Mumbai.

Chirle is a village in Uran taluka of Raigarh district, Maharastra

Connectivity :

Sewri interchange

The MMRDA will construct a 1.5 km long cloverleaf interchange on a 27-acre plot, leased from the Mumbai Port Trust, located east of the Sewri railway station. The loop consists of two lanes branching out from the MTHL and connecting with the Eastern Freeway, the at-grade Messant Road, and the proposed Sewri–Worli elevated road. The Sewri–Worli elevated road will provide onward connectivity to the Coastal Road (at Worli Seaface), Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Marg, and Acharya Donde Marg.

Sewri–Worli connector

The Sewri–Worli connector, also called Sewri–Worli elevated corridor (SWEC), will connect the Bandra-Worli Sea Link and the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link. It will be a four lane, 17 metre wide and 4.512 km long, cable-stayed bridge,with a height of 27 metres.The Sewri–Worli connector will begin at Sewri (East), and cross the Eastern Freeway, the Harbour Line, Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Marg, Acharya Donde Marg, the existing flyover at Ambedkar Road, Elphinstone Bridge in Parel, and the flyover at Senapati Bapat Marg before passing through Kamgar Nagar and Dr Annie Besant Road, and terminating at Narayan Hardikar Marg at Worli. Ramps will connect the Sewri–Worli elevated corridor with Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Marg, west of Sewri railway station, and with Acharya Donde Marg at Mumbai Port Trust.

Shivajinagar interchange

The Shivajinagar interchange connects the MTHL with the Navi Mumbai International Airport, Nhava Sheva Port, and local roads.

Chirle interchange

The Chirle interchange connects the MTHL with the Mumbai_Pune Expressway, and also provides connectivity to Nhava Sheva Port, and Panvel. An elevated corridor connects the MTHL with the Mumbai–Pune Expressway.

•Alibaug to Virar Multi-Modal Corridor.

This is 126 km long and 16 lane VirarAlibuag Multi Modal Corridor. Will connect NH-8, Bhiwandi bypass, NH-3, NH-4 and NH-4B, Mumbai Pune Expressway, NH-17, etc. Out of this 126 km corridor, 79 km long Virar (Navghar) to Chirner ( JNPT). The aim to decongest Freight and heavy traffic. The Multi Modal Corridor will be a crucial step towards development, strengthening and creating job opportunities in seven growth centers in MMR such as Virar, Bhiwandi, Kalyan, Dombivali, Panvel, Taloja and Uran. The Corridor will also be useful for the development of Navi Mumbai International Airport, JNPT Port, MTHL and Dedicated Freight Corridor. This Corridor will carry all the traffic from JNPT towards Navi_Mumbai and Thane outside the city and will help reduce traffic congestion within the city. The travel time between Virar to Alibaug required today will also be reduced by 50%.

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