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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Metro line from BKC to airport

The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority’s (MMRDA) flip flop on Metro plans in the city continues. After planning for over five years and spending a few crores to draft a plan for constructing a 20km Metro line from Colaba to Bandra, the MMRDA has decided to alter its plans yet again.

Man gets back wallet lost on Mumbai Metro

The wallet's owner identity was traced by a Mumbai Metro One Pvt Ltd (MMOPL) staffer using a bank debit card, which was among its contents. "Metro officials returned my wallet within 24 hours," Gaurav Kumar said.

Railway blames BMC for train delays due to floods

This year, Mumbaikars experienced the same nightmare of stalled trains as the Central Railways alleged that the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation is to blame for not cleaning the nalla (drain) at Kurla, due to which storm water accumulated on the railway tracks.

Metro For Mumbai Only By 2021–God Willing

For years, Priyanka Dias, 25, a business analyst with a global IT firm in the special economic zone of Santacruz Electronics Export Processing Zone (SEEPZ)

Why the Mumbai Metro is far off the track

Barely a week ago guardian minister of Mumbai suburbs Mohammad Aarif Naseem Khan made tall promises that the first line of the metro running on the Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar corridor would be commissioned by November next year.

Mumbai Metro gets rail board go ahead

The Railway Board has finally given approval to the rolling stock of Maharashtra's first metro rail – Mumbai Metro (Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar corridor). Now, a decision on the fare hike is awaited.

Elevated rail corridor to be on eastern side of tracks

The railways will have to draw the plans for concourse development in consultation with local civic bodies or MMRDA, which plans an implementation body for Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Unlike the Mumbai metro project, which is being built on the public-private partnership model, the railways plan to carry out the construction and implementation of the project on their own.

RTA plans Dh20b projects spree

Dubai's Road and Transport Authority, or RTA, is eyeing to spend Dh20 billion in four years for projects, and may also issue bonds to fund future ones, an RTA executive said on Tuesday.

Work on Mumbai Metro III will start in early 2016: Ashwini Bhide

Political parties and NGOs are up in arms against the implementation of Mumbai Metro III corridor, fearing that it will destroy green cover and make some residents homeless.

1st mega block on Mumbai Metro from January 24 to 26

Metro services will be suspended from 5.30am to 7.30am on January 24-26 because of a mega block.