The Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL), which has been one of the biggest and most awaited projects of the city, is all set to open for the public on December 25
The city of dreams,Mumbai is all set to receive the most beautiful gift this Christmas. The MTHL, which has been one of the most awaited projects of the city, is all set to open for the public on December 25. It is the longest sea bridge in the country.
According to information by the news agency, the MTHL is set to open for public use by December 25. The article stated that the Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Association or the MMRDA is yet to make an official announcement.
The work of the MTHL is 97 percent done. Out of the total 130 CCTV poles, 78 have been installed. More than half of the work required for the toll infrastructure is also ready.
The road starts from Sewri in South Mumbai and ends at Chirle in the district of Raigad. The distance between these two points is a total of 52 kilometres. The bridge has cost a whopping ₹ 18,000 crores to construct and will stretch across 16 kilometres on water. It will also span an extra six kilometres on the ground.
As many as 70,000 vehicles on a daily basis may travel on the road. This year on May 24, the Chief Minister of the state, Eknath Shinde, took a brief ride on the bridge.