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From December Onward use Single smart card for multiple transport.

With the aim of having a multi-transport, single ticketing smart card in place in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) by year end, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) on Wednesday initiated the process of appointing a private company that will design the software and server for integrating the ticketing system for suburban railway, metro corridors, monorail and public bus transport ... Read More »

Cidco issued an advisory calling to save water till monsoon

Cidco has issued an advisory calling for 10% water cut while urging residents to use drinking water judiciously till the arrival of monsoon. The water level in the dams has gone down now with the advent of extreme summer. Following the cut, Cidco plans to stretch the supply till next monsoon. Following the cut in supply, Cidco has sought the ... Read More »

MahaRERA clears air on cases of building redevelopment, defines its identity

Setting the record straight, the Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA) stated that sections of the Act do not include cases related to agreements of alternate accommodation signed by a developer and tenant. The Authority reiterated that only cases related to agreements of sale are valid under the Act. The good thing here is that it will clarify the exact ... Read More »

Metro- 4 moves forward, firm bagged a contract for project

Louis Berger, part of DB Engineering- led consortium, has bagged a contract for project and construction management services for the Metro-4 (Wadala- Thane- Kasarvadavali) corridor. As a part of the consortium that includes DB Engineering and Hill International, Louis Berger will prepare, package and finalise tender documents for system contracts. The 32.32 km long Wadala- Ghatkopar- Thane- Kasarvadavali Metro will ... Read More »

MHADA redevelopment to speed up by Government

The government has initiated the process to bring in the redevelopment of MHADA buildings under the jurisdiction of Maha RERA making it mandatory for the developer to complete it in a time bound manner official from the state housing department and MHADA have already held discussions with MahaRERA chairman Gautam Chatteerjee and the draft for initiative is being prepared. Besides ... Read More »

Reconstruction work on Mithi Bridge in Mahim to start soon

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporations (BMC) Bridge Department will soon start construction work on the bridge over Mithi river at Mahim Causeway which falls under the G- North ward. The BMC has acquired all the permissions including the environment clearance certificate and the nod from the civic standing committee. The reconstruction work will include widening the length of the bridge which ... Read More »

Amid bustling city,there stand out two land marks.

The sloping, titled roofs, narrow lanes, the lush greenery give a quaint touch to Artist Village. The six-hectare space at Belapur’s Sector 8 with around 600 houses stands out among the city’s plush high-rises and modern landmarks. Enter the quiet area and the old charm is visible in its nook and corner. The twists and turns remind of an actual ... Read More »

Ahead of new academic year, NMMC released list of 14 schools illegal

Ahead of the academic year 2018-19, the NMMC education department, has released the list of 14 schools which are not recognised by the state or the civic body. As many as 14 schools has been declared as illegal and parents has been forwarned from seeking admissions for their wards in them. These schools include Al Momin School, Belapur, Right Way ... Read More »

Bid date extended for Vashi bridge lane expansion

Closure of the finance bid of Rs 757 crore Vashi bridge lane expansion eluded yet again as none of the four parties in the fray bid on Saturday. The Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) that is doing the project on Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) model, will fund it. The next date of submission of bid documents has been ... Read More »

High Court lifts ban on buildings near airport facing height curbs

The Bombay  High Court has lifted a two year embargo on aviation authorities deciding on applications to relax height restrictions of buildings in the vicinity of the airport. It will benefit all those who want to build beyond the prescribed height in the restricted area around the airport and also old buildings that are seeking relief. They can push their ... Read More »