• The city transport and infrastructure planning body, Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) is planning to commence civil development work on 4 new Metro lines up to 87.6-km-long route in 2020.

  • As per the plan, MMRDA is likely to commence the development work on the Metro-10 (Gaimukh-Shivaji Nagar, 9.2 km) corridor.

  • Metro-11 (Wadala-General Post Office, 12.7 km) corridor.

  • Metro-12 (Kalyan-Taloja, 20.7-km) corridor.

  • Metro-14 (Kanjurmarg-Badlapur, 45 km) corridor, which will give a major boost to the urban rail network within the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR).

  • The metropolitan commissioner said that the authority MMRDA has completed 25% of works on the Mumbai Trans-Harbour Interface (MTHL), a sea-bridge which can interface Mumbai and Navi Mumbai.

  • The specialist has moreover designated a private firm to conduct a study on traffic issues on the Western Express Interstate (WEH).

  • MMRDA is additionally planning to commence the metro path run on Mumbai Metro’s Line 2A and Line 7 in September this year.

  • The rolling stock temporary worker, BEML is expected to provide the primary prepare to MMRDA within the last week of August.

  • In last year on September 7, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has revealed the mock-up coach of the metro train coach deigned for Line 2A and Line 7 corridors of the Mumbai Metro Rail network.