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Mumbai government has taken a tough and a big decision because the Maharashtra cabinet has finally announced that three new Metro corridors of Mumbai city will start soon and the total budget that has been estimated is around Rs 24,000 crore which is surely a huge amount.
From those 3 routes, on one particular route, Metro will cover the eastern and southern Mumbai whereas the other parts will be covered by the area of Thane, told by Devendra Fadnavis in the cabinet meeting. Devendra Fadnavis is currently the Chief Minister of Mumbai and looking forward to clear 3 new metro routes as early as possible.
The Wadala-GPO Metro 11 corridor will cost around Rs 8,000 crore to get completed and it will be around 14 km long where some of the areas will go underground and some will be elevated. Originating from Wadala, it will cover Metro stations like Ganesh Nagar, Seri Metro, Hay Bunder, Wadi Bunder, Carnac Bunder, Clock Tower and all these stations are underground.
Second one is the Gaimukh-Shivaji Chowk Metro 10 corridor which is 11 km long and will be covering five major Metro stations such as Versova, Chaarphata, Shivaji Chowk, Gaimukh Retibunder and Gaimukh and last one will be Kashi-Mira.
Third one and the last one is the Kalyan-Taloja Metro which is 25 km long and this construction will cost around Rs 11,000 crore that will be covering 18 major metro stations.
This will surely make the life of Mumbaikars very much easier!