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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

One more killed at Metro construction site in Andheri

The spate of accidents on infrastructure sites in the city continues. A 21-year-old construction worker died at the Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar Metro project construction site in Andheri on Thursday after he fell from a height of 18m.

Tata Motors test markets hybrid buses in Mumbai

Expanding the scope of trial and test-marketing of its hybrid buses, Tata Motors has given two such buses to Brihan Mumbai Electric and Transport Undertaking, commonly known as BEST, the public transport organisation.

Video: Mumbai Airport named world’s best for quality service

The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport here has been ranked the World's Best Airport for the Airport Service Quality Awards 2017 for superior customer...

Mumbai : Metro fare panel allows hike up to 110

Mumbai : Metro fare panel allows hike up to 110

Mumbai: Public transport likely to be hit on election days

The public transport is likely to take a hit on October 14 and 15 in lieu of the state assembly elections. Regional Transport Offices (RTOs) have booked taxis, BEST buses and other vehicles for thousands of government employees involved in election duty

Railway budget may hold little hope for Mumbai

Suburban railway commuters will have to keep expectations in check as the Centre may not have anything substantial to offer to Mumbai in this year's railway budget.

Most Mumbai Metro III stations will be under roads

MUMBAI: A majority of Mumbai's 26 underground Metro III stations will be located directly under the city's arterial roads.

Metro sites to get more guards

Mumbai Metro One (MM1), which is building the first metro line ( Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar), has agreed to a demand by citizen groups to ensure more guards at project sites near schools. At a meeting at Chakala in Andheri, the citizens pointed out that precautions should be taken to ensure against injuries to school children.

'Mumbai mega infra-projects to be completed by 2013'

Focusing on completing mega-infrastructure projects in and around Mumbai, the state government has allocated Rs.4,825 crore for theMumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) for fiscal 2012-13 beginning April 1.

One dead, but MMRDA panel blames Mumbai Metro mishap on 'natural reasons'

A two-member expert committee appointed by MMRDA has said the mishap at the Airport Road Metro Station site last month was due to technical and natural reasons. The accident had left one person dead and 16 injured. The committee report, however, is silent on possible negligence on the part of Mumbai Metro One Private Limited (MMOPL), the Reliance Infrastructure-led consortium in charge of the construction, or sub-contractor Hindustan Construction Company.