The rapid progress on these Metro lines in Mumbai is a testament to the city’s commitment to enhancing its urban mobility infrastructure. In the bustling heart of Mumbai, an ambitious project is rapidly taking shape.
The Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) is on the brink of a transportation revolution thanks to the accelerated progress of several Metro lines. Under the stewardship of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) these developments promise to significantly overhaul the region’s transit infrastructure in the years ahead.
The construction of the Metro lines is proceeding swiftly, marking substantial progress across all routes. This includes all lines except for the city’s first underground Metro line 3 (Colaba-SEEPZ) which is a separate venture led by the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC) and supervised by the MMRDA.
One of the standout achievements in this extensive project is Metro Line 2B. This elevated line, stretching 23.643 km with 20 stations who runs from D N Nagar in Andheri West to Mandale in Mankhurd. As of now, an impressive 60% of the work has been completed.
Another significant component of this massive undertaking is Metro Lines 4 and 4A. These lines cover a distance of 35.2 km and commencing from Wadala and concluding at Kasarvadavali in Thane. Metro Line 4A extends this route from Kasarawadavalli in Thane to Gaimukh on Ghodbunder Road.