Mumbai Metro Update: MMRDA Invites Bidders For Five Packages Worth Rs 2,700 Crore For Mumbai Metro-IV Line

Mumbai Metro Update: MMRDA Invites Bidders For Five Packages Worth Rs 2,700 Crore For Mumbai Metro-IV Line

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Date Of Post: 20 Nov, 2017

Mumbai: The MMRDA (Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority) invited bidders for five packages worth Rs 2,700 crore for the Metro-4 line (Wadala-Thane-Kasarvadavali). “We floated nine packages for Metro-4 & Metro-2B together, resulting in bids that were 25% higher. When we separated the two projects, like in the case of Metro-2B, and floated tenders for a few packages, we received bids that were just 8% higher. We will follow it in every bid,” a senior MMRDA official said.

The Metro-4 Corridor

  • The 32.32-km long Metro-4 Corridor, which is estimated to cost Rs 14,549 crore, will connect Wadala in central Mumbai and the neighbouring Thane district.
  • The Metro corridor will lead to development around the alignment, according to MMRDA.
  • The corridor will provide another north-south rail connectivity.

Tender Floated For Metro 2B Corridor-

  • Meanwhile, the planning authority has floated tenders for civil construction work of two packages for the Metro-2B corridor (Bandra Kurla Complex-Mandale) on Sunday.
  • The two packages worth Rs 800 crore are for design & construction of 11 elevated metro stations along the corridor.
  • The planning authority, recently, opened financial bids for 11 of the 22 stations, with the lowest bidder being Simplex Infrastructure Limited.
  • The work contract will be awarded to Simplex after an approval from MMRDA’s executive committee, officials said.

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