GMLR's Twin Tunnels by 2028
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GMLR's Twin Tunnels by 2028

Works on the proposed twin tunnels of the Greater Mumbai Logistics Rail (GMLR) project are expected to be completed by 2028, as announced by the Maharashtra Finance Minister during his budget speech. The project, estimated to cost Rs. 63 billion, aims to enhance transportation infrastructure and facilitate smoother movement of goods and passengers in the Mumbai metropolitan region.

The announcement of the completion timeline for GMLR's twin tunnels signifies progress towards improving connectivity and easing congestion in Mumbai's transportation network. The project is anticipated to bolster economic activities, streamline logistics operations, and promote sustainable development in the region.

Stakeholders in Mumbai's logistics and transportation sectors welcome the development, recognizing its potential to alleviate traffic congestion and enhance efficiency in cargo movement. The GMLR project aligns with the city's vision for modernizing infrastructure and supporting economic growth in the metropolitan area.

As the Maharashtra government advances with the GMLR project, it underscores its commitment to infrastructure development and addressing transportation challenges in Mumbai. The completion of the twin tunnels by 2028 is expected to significantly enhance connectivity and mobility for residents and businesses alike.

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Works on the proposed twin tunnels of the Greater Mumbai Logistics Rail (GMLR) project are expected to be completed by 2028, as announced by the Maharashtra Finance Minister during his budget speech. The project, estimated to cost Rs. 63 billion, aims to enhance transportation infrastructure and facilitate smoother movement of goods and passengers in the Mumbai metropolitan region. The announcement of the completion timeline for GMLR's twin tunnels signifies progress towards improving connectivity and easing congestion in Mumbai's transportation network. The project is anticipated to bolster economic activities, streamline logistics operations, and promote sustainable development in the region. Stakeholders in Mumbai's logistics and transportation sectors welcome the development, recognizing its potential to alleviate traffic congestion and enhance efficiency in cargo movement. The GMLR project aligns with the city's vision for modernizing infrastructure and supporting economic growth in the metropolitan area. As the Maharashtra government advances with the GMLR project, it underscores its commitment to infrastructure development and addressing transportation challenges in Mumbai. The completion of the twin tunnels by 2028 is expected to significantly enhance connectivity and mobility for residents and businesses alike.

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