BMC invites tenders for construction of one of Mumbai’s longest bridges

Rutuja Kedare Feb 23, 2023 0

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will construct a 5.56 km flyover bridge in South Mumbai. Dr. Iqbal Singh Chahal, Commissioner of BMC, is supervising the project’s administrative work. 

As a part of the progress, BMC has issued an invitation for tenders for the construction of the flyover bridge. The structure will be one of the longest bridges in Mumbai. 

The BMC’s Bridges Department has estimated the project’s cost at INR 662.42 crore. The bridge construction will be finished in 42 months including monsoon. The road will be constructed between the stretch of the orange gate on P. Demello Road and Grant Road Station. 

On this route, commuting by car takes 30 to 50 minutes currently, however, once the bridge’s construction is finished, it will only take 6-7 minutes to get from Grant Road Station to Orange Gate. In order to connect coastal routes, this road will be an important link. 

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