MMRDA receives 6proposals for MTHL project

By Accommodation Times Bureau
Mumbai: Recently, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) so far has received six proposals for development of Mumbai Trans Harbor Link (MTHL) project which is costing Rs.8800crore. The 22km MTHL will connect Sewri and Nhava in Navi Mumbai.
On this Monday the MMRDA commissioner Rahul Asthana opened the bids and said that, the concern authority will scrutinize the all six consortia and in the month of November evaluate then before the final bidding process begins. He added that, “I assure you that the project will begin next year.”
The consortiums are in the race as follows Tata Realty and Infrastructure Ltd, Autos trade Indian Infra and Vinci Concessions; OL&FS Transportation Networks, Unity Infra, Navayuga Engineering and Rizzani De Eccher SpA; CINTRA-SOMA-SREI Consortium; Gammon Infrastructure Projects consortium, GMR Infrastructure, L&T and Samsung Corporation; IRB Infras Developers and Hundyai Consortium.
This is the third time authorities have attempted to build MTHL, whereas in the previous year project was transferred to MMRDA.

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