Skip to comments.Mumbai Monorail News: India’s First Monorail Service Inaugurated
Posted on 02/12/2014 5:11:33 AM PST by iowamark
The much-awaited Mumbai monorail was inaugurated by Maharashtra's Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan and Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar on Saturday. The service will be open to the public on Sunday, making Mumbai the first Indian city to ever use such a transport facility.
The monorail service that will link the city to major stations will begin its first phase of 8.93 km between Wadala and Chembur in the eastern fringes of the Commercial Capital.
The second phase (to be completed in 2015) will cover a distance of 11.2 km and will include the following 11 stations: Chinchpokli, Chembur Naka, Wadala Bridge, Mint Colony, Acharya Atra Nagar, Antop Hill, Wadala, GTB Nagar, Fertilizer Company and Bharat Petroleum.
The second phase of the ₹3,000 crore monorail project that will be extended to Sant Gadge Maharaj Chawk in South Mumbai is expected to be operational by mid 2015.
The first phase of the monorail will cover seven stations between Chembur and Wadala, whcih are Wadala depot, Mysore Colony, Bhakti Park, Bharat Petroleum, V.N. Purav Marg, Fertiliser Colony, and Chembur.
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when it gets up to 37 mph, they start blowing off like snow on the morning commute
Graft, corruption, and waste seem to be the same all over the world.
Apu: Is there a chance the track could bend?
Lanley: Not on your life, my Hindu friend.
ahh, yes....there’s your cue to start breaking Simpsons copyrights...
Willie Green Memorial Ping.
did ol’ Willie like monorails too?
I guess in this case, we should substitute Apu for Homer.
Wow. He even liked the unicycle of the motive world... amazing
If it was a train of some kind, then he was orgasmic over it.
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