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The CCEA chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi approved phase III-A of the Mumbai Urban Transport Project with total estimated cost of Rs 33,690 crore.
Report on World Bank Funded Mumbai Urban Transport Project found that places of employment of resettled population was ranging from 8 km to 40 km.
With support from SABIC, ICF was able to design a seating system using injection-molded polycarbonate and a fresh design to replace conventional single thermoformed seats for the Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation (MRVC), which is responsible for executing projects for the Mumbai Urban Transport Project under the sanction of the Indian Rail Ministry.
The rail components of Mumbai Urban Transport Project of new lines and development of two vital roads connecting the eastern and western suburbs of Jogeshwari and Vikhroli and Santacruz and Chembur is still in progress though the year of completion is not clear.
In addition, the Bank approved $430 million to finance the Mumbai Urban Transport Project 2A to further improve the suburban railway system in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, one of the world's largest urban centers, with a population of 18 million in 2010.
The Mumbai Urban Transport Project has won an approval for a loan $430-million or Rs 2,000 crores from the World Bank this Tuesday.
We have rehabilitated 52000 people in the last four to five years for the Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP).
Mumbai The carrying capacity, efficiency and comfort of suburban trains is expected to improve significantly with the World Bank approving a $430 million (Dh1.57 billion) loan for financing the second phase of Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP-2).