The construction of flyovers on Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Road at 4 crucial junctions has considerably eased the flow of traffic and has reduced congestion in the city of Mumbai.

Preparation of “Detailed Project Report” including Traffic Survey, Topographical Survey, Soil Investigation, Sound Mapping Survey, Preparation of Estimates, Design and Drawings, other pre-tender activities and post-tender activities including Proof Checking, Project Management Consultancy for the work of design and construction of viaduct portion on Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Road.

  • Sion Hospital Junction: Total Length: 590m / Viaduc span length and arrangement: 280m – 35m / Solid Approach – Sion End: 110m / Solid Approach – CST End: 200m
  • King’s Circle – Tulpule Chowk: Total Length: 1454m / Viaduc span length and arrangement: 1174m – 35m / Solid Approach – Sion End: 122m / Solid Approach – CST End: 158 m
  • Hindmata Junction: Total Length: 480m / Viaduc span length and arrangement: 175m – 35m / Solid Approach – Sion End: 155m / Solid Approach – CST End: 150m
  • Bharatmata – Lalbaug Junction: Total Length: 2386m / Viaduc span length and arrangement: 2106m – 26m to 36m / Solid Approach – Sion End: 142m / Solid Approach – CST End: 138m

All flyovers are with 4 Lanes – divided carriageway separated by median verge with a total width of 17.20m with Box Girder superstructure -segmentally constructed continuous span.

Client

Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority

Project Dates

2010 – 2011

Project Figures

Project costs: INR 3770 million