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4 players shortlisted for Navi Mumbai airport

These four developers will submit their financial bids by August and CIDCO will select the final bidder by October. The first phase of the airport is expected to be completed by 2019 for 10 million passenger capacity.

Mumbai to get first bus that runs on water

NEW DELHI: Road transport and shipping minister Nitin Gadkari on Monday said that Jawaharlal Nehru Port in Mumbai will get the first bus that can run on water surface, a move that will push more tourism activities in ports.

Bandra, Mumbai Central part of 50 stations to be spruced up

Passengers visiting Bandra Terminus and Mumbai Central may soon get to see cleaner stations on a par with airports as the railways has decided to outsource the cleanliness and maintenance work to reputed agencies.

Mumbai: 21 piers block Rs 24,000 crore Metro project

When the BMC erected 21 steel and concrete structures for the construction of the Sion-Dharavi-Mahim bridge, little did they realise that the piers would cross the path of the underground Colaba-Bandra-Seepz metro line III.

Navi Mumbai airport: CIDCO mulls extension of RFQ deadline up to...

State-run City and Industrial Development Corporation (Cidco) is expected to further extend the deadline for the submission of request for qualification (RFQ) for the Navi Mumbai international airport from December 10 to December-end.

Mumbai has seen 2,600 rail deaths in just 9 months

More than 2,600 commuters have been killed in railway accidents in Mumbai and its extended suburbs in the first nine months of this year, prompting the GRP to put together an action plan.

Times OOH Mumbai Metro – Kerala tourism train 5 Nov14

Kerala Tourism Train entering and leaving at Ghatkopar metro station

CM okays Metro 2 to Dahisar, new coastal transport study

The Devendra Fadnavis government on Friday decided to extend the second metro route between Mankhurd and Charkop via Bandra to Dahisar, and build the 22km trans-harbour link between Sewri and Nhava on a cash contract basis, said sources who were present there.

Mumbai Metro Gets a Kerala Flavour

Commuters on the new Mumbai Metro can now experience the flavour of ‘God’s Own Country’ with a ‘Kerala Green Express’ running on the network under a branding agreement with the state tourism department.

Varun Shiv Kapur Pulbangash station

Apart from Metro Three, there could be another metro corridor connecting south Mumbai with the rest of the city, if state authorities find it feasible.