Infrastructure work will be finished on schedule, according to CM Shinde; MMRDA projects worth roughly Rs 1L Cr are in the works

by Web Desk | Published: 10 Nov 2022

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Mr. Eknath Shinde, Chief Minister of Maharashtra, outlined his government's plans for enhancing the city of Mumbai's transportation system and its surrounding territories. He said that MMRDA has projects worth close to Rs 1 lakh crore in the works and that Rs 25,000 crore worth of work will be done each year. The State Government, according to the CM, has started numerous projects to finish them all on schedule. The administration has made strenuous efforts to make Maharashtra the nation's most developed and successful state.
 
In his remarks following the opening of an exhibition on architecture, construction, and engineering, Mr. Shinde stated that Maharashtra's goal was to become a trillion-dollar economy. According to Mr. Shinde, the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link is 84% complete, and travellers may reach Raigad district from Nariman Point in 20 minutes. He declared that there will also be a growth centre built there. The government is also concentrating on the construction of logistic parks and townships, as well as on job creation.
 
The Mumbai Metropolitan Regional (MMR) Plan and MMR Transport Plan have been created for the subsequent 20 years, according to Mr. Shinde, who also stated that the state government has given the green light for MMRDA to seek a loan of Rs 60,000 crore. The CM reaffirmed that in 2.5 years, Mumbai's roadways would be free of potholes and concreted. He added that the state would build 5,000 km of access control roads.
 
 
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