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Maharashtra Govt is building India’s largest Metro rail network in Mumbai: CM Fadnavis

Thane: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday said that the state government with the help of Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA) is building India’s largest Metro rail network in Mumbai.

Addressing a gathering in Thane, CM Fadnavis said “With the help of the MMRDA, we are building India’s largest Metro rail network in Mumbai. With all these initiatives, people will get huge relief from traffic congestion.”

Earlier the Chief Minister laid the foundation stone of the widening work being undertaken of the rail overbridge at Kopri in Thane.

Estimated at a budget of  Rs. 258.76 crore the work is expected to be completed in the next 36 months.

Fadnavis inaugurated the Ghansoli-Talavali flyover underpass at Mahape and Savita Chemical flyover via duct on Thane-Belapur road along with Bhoomipujan for the elevated road and tunnel connecting Thane-Belapur road and National Highway-4.

With an aim to reduce the traffic congestions in Airoli and Navi Mumbai the construction is expected to be completed in 40 months with an estimated budget of Rs. 382.02 crore.

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