Mumbai Trans Harbour Link
DescriptionAs the economic capital of India, Mumbai faces the challenge of increasing traffic congestion due to rising population and car numbers. As a result, Mumbai Trans Harbour Link, the longest maritime road (22 km) in Mumbai which connects the city and the suburbs, is built to shorten commuting time between cities and promote economic growth.
|Engineering Specifications||International Standard||Tender Unit / Proprietor||Design / Supervision||Party A|
|Steel box girder||CNS、JIS||MMRDA||COWI||IHI/IIS|
|Duration||Completion Date||Specifications 1 - Weight||Specifications 2 - Building Height/Clear Height/Span||Specification 3 - Water Head||TCT's Work (Note: Awards)|
|2019/10~2021/10||Under Implementation||16,218 T||-||-||-|