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BMC opens its reserves for coastal road, GMLR


MUMBAI: Two of BMC’s maximum bold street initiatives for town—Mumbai Coastal Road and Goregaon-Mulund Link Road (GMLR)—as soon as again received a push within the 2019-20 civic budget with abundant allocations.




The BMC introduced allocation of Rs 1,600 crore for Mumbai Coastal Road, which is estimated to cost Rs 12,969 crore. The civic frame will withdraw price range for the undertaking from its reserves parked as fastened desposits in quite a lot of nationalized banks. “In a first, price range parked in reserves were connected to quite a lot of initiatives. This will make sure these are put to use in the fitting way,” said municipal commissioner Ajoy Mehta.

On the opposite hand, Rs 100 crore allocation was introduced for the GMLR undertaking, work on which is yet to begin. In his budget speech, Mehta said they're expecting a wooded area division clearance. “We have received eco-sensitive zone clearance. The state board of wildlife has accorded its sanction and really helpful the proposal for the nationwide board of wildlife’s clearance. The wooded area division’s clearance is predicted quickly,” said Mehta, including that on finishing touch of the GMLR undertaking, there will likely be an enormous relief from traffic woes on 3 main link roads in addition to Ghodbandhar Road in Thane.


Meanwhile, civic leader Ajoy Mehta said he expects important development within the coastal street within the coming year as work on it has already began.


This year, the BMC’s budget has estimated an expenditure of Rs 1,520 crore for street growth. In the coming financial year, it has proposed to improve around 370km of roads. Of these, 106km roads are proposed in cement concrete, 172km roads in asphalt and 92km are to be resurfaced. Some of the foremost roads proposed for growth include Mancherji Joshi Road, Morland Road, Jogeshwari-Vikhroli Link Road, Link Road, S V Road and L B S Road.


That aside, with the luck of an imported cold combine in repairing roads, the budget has made a Rs 15.nine crore provision for for its manfacture in the neighborhood. This was additionally because the cost of manufacturing of cold combine is considerably cheaper at Rs 27 in step with kg in the neighborhood against Rs 170 a kg of the imported selection.




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