Know more about India’s largest sea bridge – Mumbai Trans Harbour Link

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12-01-2024

    MTHL is built at a cost of Rs 17,840 crore

    The six-lane bridge is 21.8 KM long

    Bridge will be open for public use from 13th January

The Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) also referred to as the Atal Setu will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The inauguration will take place at 3:30 PM on January 12th. The bridge has taken more than 7 years to get built while also causing an inconvenience for people wanting to walk alongside the sea but the end result has made it a worthwhile endeavour. 

 Built at a cost of Rs 17,840 crore, Atal Sethu is the longest sea bridge in India. The six-lane bridge is 21.8 KM long of which 16.5 KM is over the sea. The Atal Setu bridge is anticipated to make travel from Mumbai towards Pune, Goa and South India more convenient. The trip on the Sewri-Shivaji Nagar stretch will cost Rs 200 and travel along the Shivaji Nagar-Gavhan stretch will cost Rs 50. A two-way ticket will cost 3/2nd of a one-way trip. 

Starting from 13th January, the bridge will be open for public use. The Mumbai Traffic Police however published a list of vehicles that will be prohibited from entering the bridge on the microblogging site X (formerly known as Twitter). These include MotorCycles, Mopeds, 3 Wheeler Tempos, Auto Rickshaws, Tractors, Tractor With unladen trolleys, Animal Drawn Vehicles and Slow Moving Vehicles.

Know more about India’s largest sea bridge – Mumbai Trans Harbour Link

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    MTHL is built at a cost of Rs 17,840 crore

    The six-lane bridge is 21.8 KM long

    Bridge will be open for public use from 13th January

The Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) also referred to as the Atal Setu will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The inauguration will take place at 3:30 PM on January 12th. The bridge has taken more than 7 years to get built while also causing an inconvenience for people wanting to walk alongside the sea but the end result has made it a worthwhile endeavour. 

 Built at a cost of Rs 17,840 crore, Atal Sethu is the longest sea bridge in India. The six-lane bridge is 21.8 KM long of which 16.5 KM is over the sea. The Atal Setu bridge is anticipated to make travel from Mumbai towards Pune, Goa and South India more convenient. The trip on the Sewri-Shivaji Nagar stretch will cost Rs 200 and travel along the Shivaji Nagar-Gavhan stretch will cost Rs 50. A two-way ticket will cost 3/2nd of a one-way trip. 

Starting from 13th January, the bridge will be open for public use. The Mumbai Traffic Police however published a list of vehicles that will be prohibited from entering the bridge on the microblogging site X (formerly known as Twitter). These include MotorCycles, Mopeds, 3 Wheeler Tempos, Auto Rickshaws, Tractors, Tractor With unladen trolleys, Animal Drawn Vehicles and Slow Moving Vehicles.

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