The Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC) has released an employment notification, inviting interested and eligible candidates to apply for the positions of General manager, Account officer, Town planner, scientist and others on contractual basis.
The Bhikha Behram Well, one the city's oldest sunken sweet water sources, Grade I heritage structure and holy to the Parsis, near Cross Maidan and Churchgate, may be threatened by the Metro Rail Line 3 plan.
Taking a firm stance on the row over building a Metro car shed at Aarey, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Friday said shifting the project elsewhere would not be beneficial to Mumbai’s development.
Having set a steep target of rolling out Metro rail corridors in all major cities of the state, the Maharashtra government has roped in E Sreedharan, former Delhi Metro chief, to step in as an advisor to the government on various issues related to the Metro works.
Even as citizen groups and political parties continue to vociferously oppose the proposed construction of a depot for the Colaba-Bandra-SEEPZ Metro Line III in Aarey Colony, the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC) has sent a formal proposal to the state’s Urban Development Department, stating that it wants to construct the depot on a 24-hectare plot in Aarey, in the greater interest of the public.
Times Innovative Media (TIML) has entered the Limca Book of Records for installing a chain of 106 digital advertisement units between the tracks of the Mumbai Metro line in 2015.
Former Mumbai mayor Shiv Sena's Shubha Raul has sought reopening a proposal with regards to Mumbai Metro line-3.
As many as 737 families from Girgaum and Kalbadevi, who are getting affected due to the underground Colaba-Bandra-Seepz Metro rail, will be rehabilitated at the very same locations they are currently residing in and that too in homes double the size of their existing ones.
The state authorities have managed to bypass Juhu and even superstar Amitabh Bachchan's bungalow Pratiksha while charting the route of Metro II.
While Mumbaikars face a scrum inside crammed compartments even after paying a cess to fund better services, the Railway Board has allotted 10 new rakes that were meant for Central Railway's local division to other cities, a report on increasing fatal falls has revealed.