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Old March 8th, 2011, 03:54 PM   #1961
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Guys.. One question.
Has LBS Marg been renamed to SG Barve Marg?
GMaps shows the road running parallel to the CR tracks on the West as SGB Marg.
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Old March 8th, 2011, 05:23 PM   #1962
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Does Anyone has any updates
Kings circle flyover- the landing on aurora flyover is ready, the remaining 2 pillars of southbound lane are ready, the remaining part of aurora flyover is being concretised

Bharatmata-Lalbaug flyover- 2 pillars are left. Work on landings on both the ends is progressing good

To expedite the work on Suman nagar flyover and widening of road under the tracks, right turn towards V N puran marg is closed.

Milan Subway flyover- Structures coming in the way of landing on the east are demolished.

SCLR - As usual J Kumar working near Kurla terminus is going good, too many pillars all around, dont know about santacruz side.

eastern freeway- Almost all pillars on the Mbpt road are complete. 4 cantilevers are in use. APLR is going gr8 too, Some Electric towers coming in the way were recently shifted on to new higher towers

If i have left out some, let me know
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Old March 9th, 2011, 06:48 AM   #1963
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Sahar elevated road to be ready soon

Wednesday, Mar 9, 2011, 1:38 IST
By Ninad Siddhaye | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA

If all goes as per plans, the ride to Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport will definitely turn into a joyride by this June.

According to officials of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), the much awaited direct connectivity to the international airport from the Western Express Highway (WEH)— the 2km long Sahar elevated road — should be ready within the next six months.

According to authority chief engineer SR Nandargikar, the entire elevated portion of the 2km long road is now almost complete.

“Now there are two crucial portions on which we are focusing. One of them is a 200mt-long missing link from Post and Telegraph colony up to the WEH. The second one is the vehicular underpass from airport colony area up to the main WEH. While work for the second phase is already under construction, the missing link work should begin in another week’s time,” Nandargikar told DNA.

However, the official agreed that constructing the missing link can become the only glitch in the project.

“There are about 786 slums in this portion which need to be removed for construction of a road connecting the highway. 120 slum dwellers — a part of Rajaram Wadi — have already agreed to shift. Talks are on with the rest. They all will be provided alternate accommodation in Kurla where HDIL is constructing houses for airport slum rehabilitation project. We expect to begin actual construction within a week,” added Nandargikar.

He further added that if the process goes as per expectation, Sahar elevated road can be commenced for traffic by June this year.

The Sahar elevated road, which is going towards the international airport, is expected to ease traffic during peak as well as non-peak hours.

This is one of the first Mumbai projects to get funding under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM). The total cost is Rs287 crore, out of which JNNURM contribution is Rs155 crore.

“The rest of the funds will be provided by Mumbai International Airport Ltd. MMRDA is carrying out the execution part for which Larsen and Toubro has been appointed as the contractor,” said MMRDA spokesperson Dilip Kawathkar.

http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/repor...y-soon_1517579
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Old March 9th, 2011, 06:50 AM   #1964
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Cash-rich MMRDA likely to bag MTHL

Wednesday, Mar 9, 2011, 1:48 IST
By Ninad Siddhaye | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA

Top sources in the state government have said that the cash-rich MMRDA is likely to bag the 21-km Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link (MTHL) project. The MMRDA and the MSRDC have for long locked horns over which of the two should be the executing agency.

Speaking to DNA, a top state bureaucrat said that both agencies made similar presentations last week before chief minister Prithviraj Chavan, but the one which can bear to fund the viability gap is likely to bag the project.

“One must understand that this is a greenfield project, and the viability gap is close to 50%. Both agencies have claimed they can get central government grant, but the Centre can provide only 20% of the viability gap. Only the agency which can bear the remaining 30% can carry out the project. In this case, it is clear that only the MMRDA has the financial might to bag it,” he said.

“The MSRDC has done a lot of ground work over the past 13 years. But its present financial situation may prevent it from bagging the project. Moreover, the MSRDC has failed to get a favourable response irrespective of its model — the cash contract one and the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) one,” said a senior state government official.

The MSRDC’s cost of construction of Rs7,761 crore is lower than the MMRDA’s Rs8,311 crore. But the former has projected a toll of Rs205 against Rs105 quoted by the MMRDA. Both have quoted a construction period of close to four years and a concession period of close to 50 years.

However, the MMRDA seems to have a better understanding of the finances. Its presentation showed that the central government’s funding for the viability gap will be approximately Rs1,662 crore, while the amount that the MMRDA will have to shell out will be approximately Rs2,493 crore.

Two other aspects which may be in the MMRDA’s favour are the connectivity to be provided with the Mumbai-Pune Expressway and development rights of 4.5 million sq ft on the Right of Way (RoW or construction path) on the Sheva side.

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Old March 11th, 2011, 05:05 PM   #1965
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Wiki or Google boss.
Wiki isn't always helpful...
People like me, SBC-YPR, Planemad, Logic are frequent editors there. We need reliable sources like TOI, Hindu, DNA etc, to back info up out there.


Also, are there any plans for a flyover on WEH at Bandra?
At Kherwadi jn?

And...
I noticed, at Powai, on JVLR, the carriageway is divided. Why? And did I see a flyover in there somewhere?

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Old March 16th, 2011, 05:16 AM   #1966
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Hurdles cleared, SCLR likely to be on the fast track

Published: Wednesday, Mar 16, 2011, 1:45 IST
By Ninad Siddhaye | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA

In a major breakthrough on Tuesday, the officials of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) managed to convince 64 residents of Netaji Nagar in Kurla to vacate their tenements for the construction of much awaited Santacruz-Chembur Link Road (SCLR).

Now with the residents agreeing to vacate their flats, the two buildings in the path of the road are likely to be razed before monsoon this year.

Newly appointed metropolitan commissioner Rahul Asthana was happy that the residents have finally agreed to vacate. “Their tenements were constructed by the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (Mhada) and they were much smaller than what the MMRDA has offered them. As per our proposal, they are to be given a 470 sq ft tenement in the heart of Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) on a new plot. While the construction of this new building is on, they will be given a rent of Rs3.96 lakh for a period of three years,” said Asthana.

According to PH Warwadekar, the official who has been pursuing this issue for a while, the residents were asking for a bank guarantee of Rs1.25 crore from the authority.

“We had conveyed to them MMRDA’s inability to give such a massive amount as bank guarantee. The plot on which they are to be relocated has some slums at present. They were in doubt about being shifted to a Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) type of a project,” said Warwadekar.

The issue between these residents and MMRDA was likely to become dirty since the authority had to force an acquisition notice on to the residents.

However, it was resolved peacefully after negotiations. This will now clear the hurdle in the construction of SCLR, which is one of the most delayed road components under the World Bank sponsored Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP).
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Old March 16th, 2011, 09:14 AM   #1967
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Nice, but then Next Stop: Railways

Hope the Kurla bridge is also sanctioned soon
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Old March 16th, 2011, 01:36 PM   #1968
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Nice, but then Next Stop: Railways

Hope the Kurla bridge is also sanctioned soon
Let's wait another four years ...
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Old March 27th, 2011, 01:20 AM   #1969
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mumbai has atleast 5-6 such roads. those which i know are-

1. opp hinduja hosp. (theres a famous road sign which has no entry and one way both at the same place with different timings written)
2. sion flyover
3. kings circle flyover (now its closed for the time being)
4. 2 lanes of times of india (malad) flyover



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Old March 29th, 2011, 05:00 AM   #1970
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The JVLR link from SV Road to New Link Road is very essential for residents of Lokhandwala, Versova and Oshiwara.

Structures along part of JVLR get civic notices

Sukhada Tatke, TNN | Mar 29, 2011, 12.27am IST

MUMBAI: In a bid to finish the last leg of the east-west connectivity for Andheri and Jogeshwari, the BMC has sent out notices to as many as 400 structures along the route of the Jogeshwari-Vikhroli Link Road (JVLR) extension in the west. Once the structures are cleared from the 1.5 km stretch between SV Road and New Link Road, the travel time for residents from Lokhandwala, Versova and Oshiwara will be reduced.

"The JVLR link from SV Road to New Link Road is very essential for residents of Lokhandwala, Versova and Oshiwara. We have completed the survey, inventory, demarcation and so on. Along the route, there are 303 residential and 106 commercial structures that will be affected," said additional municipal commissioner Ramesh Pawar.

The work of widening and improving the JVLR from the Eastern Express Highway to New Link Road was initially undertaken by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) under the Mumbai Urban Transport Project. After the MMRDA completed work between the Eastern Express Highway and Western Express Highway, it asked the BMC to finish the remaining portion.

While the road from the Western Express Highway to Jogeshwari railway station was taken up by the K/East ward, the stretch from the station to Link Road via SV Road was handed over to the K/West ward. For that, the MMRDA provided 165 residential and 203 commercial tenements at Ajgaonkar Plot, Jogeshwari (E).

A senior official from the K/West ward said encroachments between the station to SV Road have been removed and eligible ones relocated. "However, all the Project-Affected People tenements at the Ajgaonkar plot are exhausted and none are left for the rest of the work," he said.

According to BMC officials, the work will start as soon as they get space for alternative accommodation. Former municipal commissioner Swadheen Kshatriya wrote to the MMRDA in December seeking space in the few vacant buildings in Jogeshwari that were kept aside for the rehabilitation of people affected by the project.

Officials said there were some empty buildings in MMRDA's possession at Somani Gram and Ram Mandir Road in Jogeshwari (W).

"This is in proximity to the proposed 120 feet road and so the affected people won't face much of a problem. Once the MMRDA gives its go-ahead for the use of the tenements, we will be able to start the construction work immediately," he added.
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An interesting read !



The man who saw tomorrow...

Unfortunately, none of us in Mumbai did. Many of the road projects that have now turned the city into a dust bowl were proposed by an engineer named Wilbur Smith in 1963. Talk about digging a well when thirst strikes

By Alka Shukla
Posted On Tuesday, March 22, 2011
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That Mumbai's roads have not kept pace with the city's growth is no secret. But how far behind are they? The answer according to a man named Wilbur Stevenson Smith is -- at least 40 years.

All the grand road projects that city is choking in excitement over -- from the new sea link; to the Eastern Freeway; to the Sewri-Nhava Sheva Trans-Harbour Link; to the east-west connectors -- were first proposed by Smith, S in the first-ever transport plan for 'Greater Bombay' in 1963.


And yes, he had a deadline in mind for phased implementation of these projects -- 1981. That's two years before India won the World Cup, ten years before Rajeev Gandhi was assassinated and a few years before we first heard of the Internet.

Wilbur Stevenson Smith
Born in Columbia in 1911, Wilbur Stevenson Smith graduated from University of South Carolina and went on to become the first state traffic engineer. He studied traffic engineering at Harvard and Yale and eventually taught there as well. He started his firm Wilbur Smith and Associates in 1952, which had expertise in almost every facet of transportation. He first went international in 1961 with projects in UK and Kolkata.

Transportation and Traffic Planning for Greater Bombay was commissioned to his firm in mid-1962. He passed away in 1990, but his firm continues the business

If Smith's plan were implemented then, Mumbai would not have become the traffic nightmare it is. It would not have grown in a straight-line south to north. There would have possibly been a Central Business District of the size of BKC in Uran, 25 minutes from Nariman Point. Of course, Mumbai would not have become sneezing-wheezing city it is today because of the unbridled pollution.

Also, the state would have saved sacks full of money. The cost of implementation of Smith's plan, including freeways and major arterial roads, was Rs 96 crore.

Even at a compounded annual interest of eight per cent for 50 years, that's Rs 4,502 crore today. The cost of only three freeways/transharbour links and major link roads today exceeds Rs 15,000 crore.

The report that Smith's firm, Wilbur Smith Associates, handed over to the Union Ministry of Transport on December 19, 1963 was based on extensive studies conducted over 18 months.

These included everything from theoretical studies of the existing road network, to on-ground surveys of average passenger car occupancy, average vehicle trips, trucks trips, household surveys and pedestrian count of select locations.

The plan recommended at least 10 freeways and expressways and 24 major arterial roads across the city. Most of these are now under construction, almost choking you to death.

Eastern Freeway

The much-hyped Eastern Freeway that promises to take you from GPO near CST station to Mankhurd in 25 minutes is a mere modification of what the Smith report called the Eastern Island Freeway.

Smith’s 1963 map detailing the various road projects. his deadline for phased implementation was 1981
Apart from modifications necessitated by real estate development, probably the only big difference between Smith's freeway and the one MMRDA is developing now is that the former was to connect South Mumbai to Western Express Highway near Bandra. Since back then Navi Mumbai was not expected to develop at such a rapid pace, connectivity in that direction was not a priority.

Smith's freeway was to start at Prince of Wales Museum as an "elevated six-lane structure" and go via P D'Mello road to Carnac road, where it would become eight-lane wide.

The Eastern Freeway, construction for which started only two years back, was also originally planned to start from Prince of Wales Museum, though its southern end has now been shifted to Wadi Bunder.

Coastal Road

While there is still no clarity on how the Bandra-Worli sea link would extend to Haji Ali and thence to Nariman Point, Smith's report not only spoke of land reclamation between Worli and Haji Ali -- much of which was done in the subsequent years -- it also mentions a tunnel under Malabar Hill.

"Two or three-lane tubes, nearly 2200 feet long, will be required through Malabar Hill...at the eastern portal an interchange would provide connectors to Walkeshwar Road and Chowpatty," the report states.

The proposed 3.6 km link between Haji Ali to Nariman Point has a 1.04 km tunnel under Malabar Hill up to Chowpatty.

From here, MSRDC plans a cut-and-cover tunnel up to NCPA. For the Chowpatty stretch, Smith recommended a sea-bridge.

The MSRDC had also planned a bridge on this stretch before modifying the plan to a cut and cover tunnel following protests by residents.

Trans-Harbour Link

Two government agencies -- MMRDA and MSRDC -- are fighting over who would get to develop the 22.5-km Sewri-Nhava Sheva Trans-Harbour Link. When Smith proposed this bridge, he called it Uran Bridge, both agencies did not even exist. MMRDA came into existence in 1975 and MSRDC in 1996.

In 1963, however, Smith was not sure of Trans-Harbour link's feasibility. Citing poor traffic expectations in Uran even in 1981, his report advised a more detailed study of this connection and wait till "the Trans-Thana area develops further and more community services are extended to Uran."

Link Roads

Even back then in 1963, Smith had understood the importance of east-west road connectivity. The Santacruz-Chembur Link Road (SCLR), which has been in the making since 2003 and promises to take you from one end to the other in 15 minutes, was a four-lane road in Smith's report.

The double-deck flyover that is taking shape now on this stretch has involved resettlement of 19,000 families -- the largest for any city infrastructure project.

Even the need for Jogeshwari-Vikhroli Link Road (JVLR), which is now nearing completion, finds mention in Smith's report as a 'four-lane road from Godhbunder Road to Western Expressway interchange and two lanes from this point to Powai Road Junction."

The Andheri-Ghatkopar Link Road, which is now being widened to create space for a metro line, was also in Smith's plan. His plan, in fact, stressed on the need for a median divider. It is on the median of road now that the metro will be running.

Goregoan-Mulund Link Road, Borivali-Mulund Link Road, Thana-Belapur Road, diversion of Sion-Trombay Road , you name it's there in Smith's report. Even dedicated bus lanes and mono-rails, both over the road and underground, find mention.

Inspired by Smith?

Rahul Asthana, commissioner, MMRDA, admits the city has wasted many years. "I can't say much on why we didn't start then, but we are at least starting now. It is only when there is crisis that we start acting, instead of being ready for it."

Asked if projects conceptualised five decades ago will be able take care of problems of the next 30 years, he said: "We are taking up projects to tackle the situation. We have begun thinking long-term.

The metro project for instance is being designed to take care of the needs 25 years hence. Having said that, JVLR is already choc-a-bloc during peak hours and further measures need to be taken."

Narendra Nair, chairman of Bombay First, that looks into urban development issues and released Vision 2052 recently feels sheer lack of co-ordination between different agencies and misplaced priorities have resulted in shoddy infrastructure development. "What is required for the city is no rocket science.

The issue of east-west connectivity has always existed and multiple proposals were floated. Even J R D Tata came up with a plan in the 1970s stressing upon the need for a sea-link.

Multiple agencies looked into it but nothing really took off." Nair adds that it is only in the past five-six years that the government has realised that it needs to mend the situation and some projects have taken off.

Former chief secretary D M Sukthankar, who was in service in the 60s, reasons, "The Smith report no doubt was sound. But the biggest problem in those days was funding. BOT (Build Operate Transfer) model which involve public and private participation were non-existent. So the dependence was largely on budget surplus.

And the philosophy back then was to expend the surplus on rural infrastructure or public transport in urban areas at best, instead of focusing on what were considered as facilities for the handful of private vehicle owners."

1 Jogeshwari-Vikroli link

Proposed by Smith in his 1963 plan, sections of JVLR were finally opened in 2007.

Work on road widening is now on. However, a few structures near Powai continue to block the free flow of traffic

Commenced: 2005
Deadline: December 2010

2 Santacruz-Chembur link

Also a part of Smith's proposal, this 6.45-km double-deck flyover will cut journey from Santacruz to Chembur to 17 minutes.

A few hurdles -- CR permission for bridge over LTT and rehabilitation of Tilak Nagar and Netaji Nagar residents -- were cleared recently.

Commenced: 2003
Deadline: June 2011 has been extended for the fifth time

3 Eastern Island Freeway

What was termed the Eastern Island Freeway by Smith is now the under-construction Eastern Freeway.

This 17.5-km freeway will cut down travel time between Chembur and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus to 25 minutes from the current 60-90 minutes.

Commenced: 2008
Deadline: July 2011 for two sections, not set for third section

4 Western Freeway

Is basically an extension of Bandra Worli Sea-link in both directions.

While Smith makes no clear suggestion for extension to Versova, land reclamation between Worli and Haji Ali for coastal roads, a tunnel through Malabar Hill as well as sea-bridge across Chowpatty were all part of Smith's proposal.

Proposed Deadline: 2015

5 Andheri-Ghatkopar

Now under construction, this road travels along the metro rail in its current form.

The 7.9-km route will connect the Western Express Highway in Andheri to Ghatkopar via Saki Naka and Asalpha.

Commenced: 2004 but gained momentum only after 2006
Deadline: December 2010

6 Goregaon-Mulund Link

Was completed and handed over to the BMC in November 2008.

7 Sewri Expressway

While Smith's proposal connected this Expressway to the Thane creek near Badlapur, there is no current parallel yet. Smith had also touched upon a link from Apollo Bunder to Uran in Raigad. The proposed 22.5-km Sewri-Nhava Sheva comes across as a combination of the two.

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Old March 30th, 2011, 03:21 AM   #1972
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BMC,MMRDA are good for nothing organizations..they have India's largest and richest city in hand but Mumbai is just one big URBAN SLUM!! its filthy like hell...60% pf popl lives in slums..its so noisy and crowded rather cramped as a city..only big shiny skyscrapers that gloom the narrow crowded landscape are good things about this city and yes Navi Mumbai is also good but it only houses a fraction of its popl.I think we should make a new city in DIU and hedq NSE,RBI and others there !Mumbai is spilling humans like a wine glass filled to he top.
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dude BMC/MMRDA are corrupt for sure... n they (like everyone else) plunder the treasury equally but they are not responsible for the slums and poverty... 60% of the pple live in slums today... with the rate of influx into this city, that percentage may soon shoot up to 80... it will be interesting to understand the revsied numbers once the census is released... but i m not sure why we always vent our frustration on the closest goat... or may b i m too particular...
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Suman Nagar Flyover -EEH
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Roads of the city look so peaceful early mornings
Anyways the sumar nagar flyover is finally moving fast, the landing on the other side is almost complete, only the left curve is remaining
I like the new diversions they have made, the junction is freed up a lot for those moving towards EEH
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Roads of the city look so peaceful early mornings
Anyways the sumar nagar flyover is finally moving fast, the landing on the other side is almost complete, only the left curve is remaining
I like the new diversions they have made, the junction is freed up a lot for those moving towards EEH
Is it this one? Connecting to VN Purav AMrg?
http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&hq=&...00618&t=k&z=18
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Old March 30th, 2011, 09:24 AM   #1979
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Is it this one? Connecting to VN Purav AMrg?
http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&hq=&...00618&t=k&z=18
Yes, but the image is very old.google dont update their images regularly
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