Public Transport in Mumbai - Mumbai Urban Transport Project

Mumbai Urban Transport Project

The Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP) is a project formulated by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) to bring about improvement in traffic and transport situation in Mumbai metropolitan region. It envisages investment in suburban railway projects, local bus transport, new roads, bridges, pedestrian subways and traffic management activities.

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Mumbai Urban Transport Project - Phase III
... Phase III of the Mumbai Urban Transport Project was formalised on 8 December 2011 ... The two main projects of Phase III are a fast corridor from CST to Panvel which is expected to bring connectivity to the proposed international airport and a new suburban rail corridor ... The feasibility study for the project will cost 10 crore (US$1.82 million) ...
Transport In Mumbai - Mumbai Urban Transport Project
... The Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP) is a project formulated by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) to bring about improvement in traffic and transport ... It envisages investment in suburban railway projects, local bus transport, new roads, bridges, pedestrian subways and traffic management activities ...

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