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CW Projects: Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) | India's Longest Sea Bridge

May 28, 2021 11:56 IST

Indian commuters understand the agony of being stuck in traffic for hours. The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority has devised a new project, the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link, to alleviate traffic in the city that never sleeps. This will be the longest sea bridge in India, has a length of 21.8 Km it starts from Sewri Railway Station, passes the Timber Pond Depot along with Sewri Container Depot. After crossing the intertidal zones at Sewri and Shivaji Nagar and passing Thane Creek and Panvel Creek, it finally ends at the north of Chirle village near Nhava through an interchange to National Highway 4B on the mainland. This link will be instrumental in reducing an hour’s trip to 15-20 minutes.

The companies involved in making this dream a success are primarily between L&T and Japan’s IHI Corporation for Package 1 and another joint venture between Daewoo E&C and Tata Projects JV, a limited joint venture who are responsible for package 2. For Package 3, L&T was the sole bidder. Package 4, however, hasn’t been appointed yet.

Join us to learn more about the companies that have contributed to the creation of this engineering marvel.

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