Chembur Skywalk is now paritially open on the west side
As reported in http://www.accommodationtimes.com
The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has thrown open one more skywalk partly at Chembur. The 80-meter long and 4-meter wide arm of the skywalk runs between the two existing FOBs at Chembur-W.
“The Authority will open the remaining 150-meter long arm of the Chembur skywalk in May 2010 as the work on the same has started recently after getting the required permission from the railway authorities, which came about a bit late”, said Ms.Ashwini Bhide, Joint Metropolitan Commissioner, MMRDA.
The cost for the entire skywalk, being constructed by M/s. Prime Engineering, is rupees 5.92 crores.
The MMRDA has, till today, fully thrown open three skywalks at Bandra-E, Bandra-E extension up to Bandra Court and Kanjurmarg. The Authority has also already partly opened five more skywalks at Mira Road-E, Dahisar-W, Badlapur-W, Borivli-W and Ulhasnagar-W.
The MMRDA is planning to construct in all 51 skywalks in the city of Mumbai and it’s Metropolitan Region.