The slow pace of the civil construction on DN Nagar-Mandale Metro-2B is costing them a loss of Rs 3 crore per day, The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has reportedly said.
The construction of Metro-2B had invited objections from the residents of Juhu, Bandra and Khar resulting in Bombay High Court ordering a stay on all the construction work except that for utilities and soil testing, which has been the cause of delay.
The Metro-2B DN Nagar-Mandale corridor is a 23.5-km-long, and the DN Nagar-Mandale Metro corridor is a part of the Metro-2 (Dahisar-Charkop-Bandra-Mandale). Read More
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