The Bandra–Worli Sea Link is a part of the proposed Western Freeway in Mumbai and one of the major attraction of the city. It is the longest sea bridge in India with total length of 5.6 kilometres followed by Pamban road and rail bridge.
The Mumbai Pune Expressway is known as Yashwantrao Chavan Expressway is the India’s first six-lane high-speed, tolled expressway of 93 km,connecting Mumbai with Pune. The expressway is the part of Mumbai-Chennai National Highway (NH 4) and has total 6 ventilated tunnels.
The Eastern Freeway of Mumbai is a 16 km long controlled-access freeway that connect DP Mello Road to Ghatkopar, it will reduce the travel time between South Mumbai and the Eastern Suburbs. Eastern Freeway will have a length of 9.3 km long elevated road from Orange Gate on P D’Mello Road and a 2.5 km long flyover,elevated 4-lane road,twin tunnels and 8-lane at grade section.
The Elevated Corridor of Nashik is India’s Second Longest road bridge with total lengh of 6.1 Km, located on National Highway 3 commonly known as the Mumbai–Agra Highway NH3 or AB Road. Mumbai Nashik Expressway is also the part of NH3 and a elevated expressway of 25 km is under construction to reduce the Nashik city traffic.
The first multi-layered flyover in the city of Pune at Nashik Phata in Pimpri-Chinchwad is half completed. Nashik Phata Flyover is one of the marvelous example of civil engineering in the city, other two elevated freeway will run underneath the giant and big Nashik Phata Flyover.
The Mumbai Nashik Expressway is 150 km long expressway in the the National Highway-3, connecting Mumbai to Nashik. Mumbai Nashik Expressway is the second expressway in the Maharashtra state, also has an elevated expressway of 25 km to reduce the traffic at Nashik city.
Eastern Freeway will have India’s first tunnel systems to be built within city of Mumbai, These twin tunnels are located at Anik-Panjarpol link road. Mumbai Pune Expressway also passes throguh the 6 ventilated tunnels known as Bhatan,Madap,Adoshi,Khandala and Kamshet, It is also all set to get 9-km tunnel in future, the country’s second longest tunnel.
The Mumbai Trans Harbour Link will be the longest sea bridge in India, a 22 km long freeway grade road bridge connecting the Indian city of Mumbai with Navi Mumbai. Trans Harbour sea link will contain a 6 lane highway and the road will be linked to the Mumbai Pune Expressway and Western Freeway.
BRT or Bus Rapid Transit is a bus-based mass transit system to improve public travel system with quality and no delay by creating dedicated lanes on streets which are completely separated from traffic and other roads. Pune is the first city in India to experiment Bus Rapid Transit system and failed but the Ahmedabad BRTS is extremely popular as well as successful.
The dream city has most number of tallest buildings of India,At present Imperial Tower 1 and 2 are the tallest Skyscrapers of India with the total height of 254 metres.World One will be the tallest buildings in Mumbai with the height of 442 metres and will be also one of the tallest residential buildings in the world.
The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is the second busiest airport in India after Delhi and spread over an operational area of 1,500 acres. As per the master plan for designed to expand and upgrade the infrastructure it will have India’s tallest Air Traffic Control Tower,Cargo Facility Complex, Sahar Elevated Access Road and Parallel runway.
The much awaited India’s first double-decker flyover in Mumbai named as Santa Cruz – Chembur Link Road is opened. The SCLR, is a 6.45 km long arterial road connecting two best road of Mumbai the Western Express Highway and Eastern Express Highway. It contains four important road junctions to ease the heavy traffic flow.