By Accommodation Times Bureau MUMBAI: The Executive Committee of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), today recommended for an appointment of contractors for various electrical and mechanical systems on the 18.5-km long Dahisar to DN Nagar Metro-2A, 23.5-km long DN Nagar to Mankhurd Metro-2B and 16.5-km long Andheri (East) to Dahisar (East)
By Accommodation Times Bureau MUMBAI: The Authority, in the year 2018, has undertaken many mega infrastructure projects and the paved way forward towards completing them on a war footing. The two Metro corridors – 18.5-km Dahisar-W to DN Nagar Metro-2A (Rs 6,410 crore) and 16.5-km Andheri-E to Dahisar-E Metro-7 Corridor (Rs 6,208 crore)
By Accommodation Times Bureau NAGPUR: Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on November 2 said that in coming days, affordable and eco-friendly public transport system is being set up which will reduce pollution by using e-buses and other alternative fuel and also said that Metro work in Mumbai, Pune and Nagaur is on its way
By Accommodation Times Bureau PIMPRI CHINCHWAD An attempt to avoid obstruction and accidents, the Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) would not allow commercial buildings near Metro corridors and BRTS. “There will be traffic congestion if there are commercial establishments. There should be houses on the corridors. The area should be highly densified and
By Accommodation Times Bureau MUMBAI The Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA) cannot throw out residents from their homes just because their land is required for the Mumbai Metro, said Bombay High Court on Thursday. The petition was filed by occupants of a housing society at Andheri Link Road. A bench of Justices
By Accommodation Times Bureau Hyderabad Metro Rail (HMR)- which is proposed for opening in the last week of November 2017- is waiting for its trial run, that could be lead off only after October 15, when the rail work will be completed, a senior official has informed. NVS Reddy- the managing director of HMR
By Accommodation Times Bureau 2 People climbed peepal tree to ‘save’ it from being hacked for Metro-3 Getting frustrated by the cutting of trees in different areas of the city ,for the Metro rail project, two people climbed a peepal tree which was about to be cut at Churchgate, on Wednesday evening.
By Accommodation Times Bureau On May 21, activists visited nearly all Metro station spots to check the status of the trees cut down to pave way for Mumbai metros. And were shocked to see that workers had begun chopping down more trees. Contractors had began cutting down trees for nearly all Metro stations. Just