Mumbai Infrastructure

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Mumbai Infrastructure will decide the success story behind the metropolis and help it in its way to globalization. Mumbai, is the capital of the state of Maharashtra, and the most populous city of India. The City of Skyscrapers is interlocked by numerous roads, flyovers, airport, railways, and port. Mumbai has a deep natural harbor which handles over half of India's passenger traffic and a large amount of cargo. There is a tremendous pressure on the Mumbai resources with the large influx of people. The government is busy in the task to improve the Mumbai Infrastructure by converting the human resources, the connectivity and the advantage of its strategic location, in order to make this cosmopolitan city, the Shanghai of India.

Mumbai Infrastructure Highlights:
Mumbai is included in the centrally sponsored Mega City Scheme of the Eighth Five Year Plan, under which the local government by using institutional finance and municipal bonds would contribute in the development of Mumbai Infrastructure. In a nutshell, the updates of the plan of Mumbai Infrastructure are-
  • to prepare traffic dispersal model for efficient mobility and connectivity
  • to develop major North-South road links in suburbs including a Mass Rapid Transit Connectivity
  • to strengthen the East-West Connectivity in the suburbs
  • to provide efficient pubic transport corridors and provide adequate bus terminals for the convenience of the passengers
  • to facilitate safe and convenient movement for pedestrians like subways and footpaths including Station Area Traffic Improvement Schemes
  • to provide uninterrupted roadways to both the Airports
  • to remove level crossings in Mumbai

In the coming days, there are lofty plans on the cards for the development of Mumbai Infrastructure. To avoid the congestion, Navi Mumbai area as a twin city was developed and in the near future Navi Mumbai is expected to see 19 new hotels, serviced apartments and mixed-use developments with approximately 4,950 rooms in assorted categories over the next five years.

Last updated On: 7th May 2011

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