Aaditya Thackeray inspects developmental work across Mumbai

As per reports, the Shiv Sena leader on Thursday reviewed various development projects in Mumbai.

Aaditya Thackeray inspects developmental work across Mumbai

Shiv Sena leader, Aaditya Thackeray, speaking about the Worli-Shivdi connector, stated, “The connector will play a very important role after the completion of the Mumbai Municipal Corporation's coastal road project,”

Thackeray visited the office of Mumbai Metropolitan Development Authority at Bandra-Kurla Complex and reviewed various development projects in Mumbai. Mumbai Metropolitan Development Authority (MMRDA) Metropolitan Commissioner R. A. Rajiv, Additional Commissioner Dr K. H. Govindraj, Mumbai Municipal Corporation Additional Commissioner P. Velarsu, MMRDA's Assistant Metropolitan Commissioner BG. Pawar as well as other concerned officials were present on the occasion.

According to sources, work is underway to upgrade and beautify the proposed WEH road surface from Dahisar to Mahim on the Western Expressway. Moreover, work on traffic management, tunnels, urban space under bridges is to start soon.

In addition, the Nariman Point-Cuff Parade Connector project will facilitate transportation in this commercial and residential area without any hindrance to the fishing boats. As per reports, the design for the project will be ready by June.

Post this, Aaditya Thackeray inspected the worksite of the flyover from Bandra Kurla Complex to Nandadeep Garden, Western Expressway. He also interacted with the contractor as well as the project officer along with the staff of the project. During the site inspection, information was also obtained regarding the work of the proposed flyover from Dharavi T Junction to Nandadeep Udyan, Western Expressway.

While reviewing the works, beautification of the area under the flyover, expansion of the green space, expansion of Nandadeep Garden, proposed Kalanagar Junction Garden and BKC Art District schemes were also discussed.

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