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Mumbai to soon get India’s first-ever twin undersea tunnels

In the event that all goes as expected, undersea twin passages in South Mumbai are good to go to open soon. It’s important for the INR 12,721 crore Mumbai Seaside Street Undertaking, which is approaching culmination. Reports have it that the passages will open by November 2023, which will check India’s most memorable undersea passage.

Over two years after a monster Chinese Passage Exhausting Machine started cutting however complex geographical layers, India’s most memorable undersea twin passages in south Mumbai are near fulfillment.

The tunnels are said to begin near Girgaon (ahead of Marine Drive), run north under the Arabian Sea, go through Girgaon Chowpatty and Malabar Hill, and finish at Breach Candy’s Priyadarshini Park in November. The Mumbai Coastal Road Project (MCRP), which is being constructed by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), includes the 2.07-kilometer tunnels.

The 10.58 km Mumbai Waterfront Street Undertaking (MCRP) interfaces Marine Drive to the Bandra-Worli Ocean Connection, and reports recommend that during the pinnacle hours, the high velocity seaside street is supposed to diminish the 45-minute drive from Girgaon to Worli to only 10 minutes.

Each tunnel will have three 3.2-meter-wide channels and a diameter of 12.19 meters. The tunnels will extend from 17 to 20 meters below sea level. There will be six crosswalks, four for pedestrians and two for motorists. Near Malabar Hill, the tunnels reach a depth of 72 meters.

Reports add that the exhausting work started in January 2021, while the TBM get together and send off started a year prior.

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