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ADHM/Andheri(Metro) (2 PFs)
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1, Sir Mathuradas Vasanji Rd, Sai Baba Wadi, Natwar Nagar, Jogeshwari East, Mumbai
State: Maharashtra

Elevation: 15 m above sea level
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Oct 31 2017 (09:45) BJP leader opposes Metro II B line, bats for a full-fledged underground line citing space issues (www.freepressjournal.in)
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Oct 31 2017 (09:45)
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Oct 31 2017 (09:45)
Station Tag: Andheri(Metro)/ADHM added by I WANT UJJAIN TO BE MADE AS TERMINAL/1458461

Oct 31 2017 (09:45)
Station Tag: D.N. Nagar(Metro)/DNNR added by I WANT UJJAIN TO BE MADE AS TERMINAL/1458461
Mumbai: A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed in the Bombay High Court challenging the proposed ‘elevated’ corridor of Metro II B line that connects Andheri to Makhurd. The PIL seeks directions to the Metro authority to construct an underground line instead of an elevated one.
The PIL filed by Ajeet Manya, Secretary of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Mumbai has challenged the elevated corridors. His PIL bats for a full-fledged underground line citing the space issues. In his PIL filed through advocate Ameet Mehta, Manyal has said, “The Line II B has been planned as an elevated corridor and runs for 23.643 km from DN Nagar in Andheri to Mandale near Mankhurd. The route where this corridor is to run is
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heavily loaded and connects market places, residential areas central business district like the Bandra-Kurla-Complex (BKC).”
“The capacity of the road is much less than the demand. Also, there are several hurdles especially for the elevated corridor such as passing through the air funnel zone of Juhu airport, rail tracks at Bandra and Kurla, flyovers at Western and Eastern Express Highways, Mithi river, Mono rails, Eastern Freeway,” the petition reads.
Manyal has claimed that a thorough scrutiny of the proposed plan reveals that the line would run at a distance of hardly a meter away from residential and other public buildings. He has also claimed that the authorities have totally ignored the legal procedures by not inviting suggestions and objections from the public at large.
“It is submitted that the proposed elevated corridor is grossly fallacious, erroneous, unreasonable, unsound and unjustifiable in the context of public health, safety, right to privacy and right to property, better infrastructure and basic facilities and most importantly right to quality life, environment and welfare of the society as a whole,” the petition claims.
Manyal has also claimed that the authorities are yet to obtain a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Airport Authorities of India since the corridor would also pass through the Juhu Airport area which has certain height restrictions. The PIL was mentioned before a division bench of Chief Justice Manjula Chellur and Justice Mahesh Sonak on Monday. The judges refused to grant an urgent hearing, however, said that the matter would be taken up in regular course.
Oct 31 2017 (09:40) BMC to impose a fine MMRC for damaging water pipeline at Fort due to Metro 3 construction work (www.freepressjournal.in)
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Oct 31 2017 (09:40)
Station Tag: Andheri(Metro)/ADHM added by I WANT UJJAIN TO BE MADE AS TERMINAL/1458461
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Mumbai: After the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation damaged the water pipeline at Fort for the seventh time on October 25, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation is now calculating the amount of water that was wasted to impose a fine on authorities. Civic officials said that the construction work of Metro 3 line has damaged the water pipeline due to its piling work.
Former local corporator Ganesh Sanap said that the BMC is going to impose a fine of nearly Rs 12 lakh. He said, “The Metro work is not only damaging the nearby areas but has now started affecting houses. Despite knowing the alignment of all water pipelines, the metro engineers damaged the water pipeline. Apparently, the A ward is imposing a fine
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of nearly Rs 12 lakh.”
Earlier, the corporation had imposed a fine of Rs 11.11 lakh on Metro authorities for damaging water pipelines. On October 25, a 150mm water pipeline was damaged near Siddharth College. The nearby areas like Fort, Bora Bazaar, Mody Street and Bazaar Gate received water between 8-10pm. Residents immediately complained about muddy water supply to the local corporator and the civic body.
A senior civic official said that notice was sent to the metro officials mentioning about the damaged water pipeline due to the metro construction work. The official said, “The damage had occurred due to piling work of Metro. We are calculating the amount of water that has got wasted after the damage.”
However, Metro officials denied receiving any notices. A Metro spokesperson said, “As per my knowledge, we have not received any notice so far from BMC with regards to the water pipeline damage.” The entire 33.5 km-long Colaba-Bandra-Seepz Metro-3 corridor would be underground and would be a crucial north-south link connecting major central business districts like that of Nariman Point, Bandra-Kurla Complex and Seepz in Andheri.
Oct 24 2017 (18:11) Thane to get first Metro, Mumbai to get Metro 6 line (www.freepressjournal.in)
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News Entry# 320741  Blog Entry# 2582433   
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Oct 24 2017 (18:11)
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Oct 24 2017 (18:11)
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Oct 24 2017 (18:11)
Station Tag: D.N. Nagar(Metro)/DNNR added by I WANT UJJAIN TO BE MADE AS TERMINAL/1458461
Mumbai: The Maharashtra cabinet on Tuesday accorded approval to the much-debated new metro project for Thane district, besides another Metro corridor to provide an east-west connectivity within Mumbai.
The first is the 24-km Thane-Bhiwandi-Kalyan Metro 5 corridor which would be constructed at a cost of Rs 8,416 crore and would be the first in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, outside the country’s commercial capital.
It will have 17 stations and the trains shall have six coaches in each train with an estimated daily ridership of around 229,000 by 2021, increasing to 334,000 by 2031.
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The stations linking the Metro 5 line will be Kalyan APMC, Kalyan, Sahajanand Chowk, Durgadi Fort, Kongaon, Govegaon MIDC, Rajouli Village, Temghar, Gopal Nagar, Bhiwandi, Dhamankar Naka, Anjur Phata, Purna, Kalher, Kasheli, Balkumbh Naka and Kapurbawdi in Thane.
The 14.50-km long Mumbai Metro 6 Corridor would run between Swami Samarth Nagar-Jogeshwari-Kanjurmarg-Vikhroli and will be built at a cost of Rs 6,672 crore.
It will have 13 stations and the trains shall have six coaches in each train with an estimated daily ridership of around 650,000 by 2021, increasing to 769,000 by 2031.
The stations en route would be Swami Samarth Nagar, Adarsh Nagar, Momin Nagar, JVLR, Shyam Nagar, Mahakali Caves, SEEPZ Village, Saki Vihar Road, Ram Baug, Powai Lake, IIT-B Powai, Kanjurmarg West and Vikhroli EEH.
Besides, the government has also taken up a detailed project report for the proposed metro line covering Dahisar-Mira Road.
Meanwhile, work on three new Metro corridors for Mumbai — Metro 2A (Dahisar-DN Nagar), Metro 7 (Dahisar East-Andheri-East) and Metro 3 (Colaba-Bandra-SEEPZ) — is underway in full swing.
Work at other corridors like Metro 2B (DN Nagar-BKC-Mankhurd) and Metro 4 (Wadala-Ghatkopar-Thane-Kasarvadali) is expected to start shortly.

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