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1.Bright and improved trains in Mumbai soon

The World Bank has approved the manufacture of new local trains that will be procured under phase-II of the Mumbai Urban Transport Project with the electrical equipment to be installed by German firm Bombardier Transportation.

2.Land dispute delays MUTP-II project

Maharashtra government and the Indian Railways are locked in an ownership dispute over a 20,000 sq m land in Bandra, Mumbai. The commercial exploitation of the land is necessary for the Rs 5,300-crore Mumbai Urban Transport Project-II (MUTP-II) project, which was sanctioned in 2008. The project was approved under the arrangement that nearl

3.Women are very sincere and passionate about fulfilling their roles

Twenty-five years of experience in traffic and transportation planning and engineering have put her on the fast track to success. K Vijaya Lakshmi, a graduate in civil engineering and a masters in transportation engineering,

4.Construction opportunity in MUTP

Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA) is implementing the multi modal project viz. Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP) at a total estimated cost of Rs 51.27 billion.

5.Rs.52,000 cr to keep Mumbai suburban Railway running

The world´s most crowded suburban system, in which 7.5 mn Mumbaikars travel cattle class every day, needs almost Rs 52,000 crore till 2031 to sustain itself and make the commute slightly less horrendous than what it is in the present day. The mega projects envisaged under this, also known as the Mumbai Urban Transport Project Phase-3 (MUTP-III), should have started in 2011. Four years down the line, the MUTP-III is still found trapped in the files of the railway ministry.

6.Development Director

Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority will soon be releasing Request For Proposal (RFP) for turning Bandra-Kurla Complex into a smart financial district. The United States will help in preparing RFP for the Smart BKC project.

7.THE PLAN - Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA)

Last month, Maharashtra Chief Minister and Chairman, MMRDA, Devendra Fadnavis approved a Rs 3,832.30-crore budget for 2015-16 presented by MMRDA.

8.World Bank to invest $1 bn on railway, agriculture projects in Maharashtra

The World Bank will invest $1 bn (about Rs 7,000 crore) on a railway augmentation project in Maharashtra and a climate resilient agriculture project in the state's drought-affected districts.

9.Mumbai Urban Transport Project receives Rs 5.79 bn from Indian Railways

The Indian Railways has been reportedly allotted funds for improving the suburban rail system and its expansion in Mumbai. The Indian Railways has sanctioned Rs 5.79 billion for various phases of Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP).