India’s MMRDA seeks bids for Package 4 of MTHL project

WCN Editorial Team 6 Sep 2021 ASIA TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

India’s Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has sought bids for building the ‘Package 4’ of Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) project on a design and build model.

MTHL will link Sewri in Mumbai and Chirle in Navi Mumbai.

Work on the project is expected to be finished in 2023, reported The Indian Express.

About 35 to 40% of the civil works have already been finished.

The MMRDA had secured an Official Development Assistance loan from Japan International Cooperation. This loan is intended to fund MTHL, which is a 21.8km, six-lane sea link road.

The entity has already granted contracts for the three civil packages of the project.

Package 1 is regarding construction of 10.38km-long bridge across the Mumbai Bay, Package 2 is on construction of 7.807-km long bridge across the Mumbai Bay.

Package 3 features construction of 3.613-km long viaduct that includes interchanges at state highway 54 and national highway 4B near Chirle.

An official was quoted by the publication as saying: “The MMRDA is now inviting sealed bids from eligible bidders for the construction of Package 4. The tender is basically for design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of intelligent transport system, toll management, electrical works, highway and bridge streetlighting, construction of toll plazas and administrative buildings, including the command control centre.”

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Work on the project is expected to be finished in 2023. Credit:Utkarsh.v95/Commons.wikimedia.org

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