The L&T has secured order from the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (MMRCL) for design, procurement and supply, installation, testing and commissioning of ballastless track on the mainline from BKC station to Cuffe Parade (Package 10B – 43TKM) for Mumbai Metro Line-3 project (Colaba-Bandra-SEEPZ).
- This order has been secured against stiff competition from other major multi-national companies.
- Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRC) is the nodal agency responsible for implementing the Mumbai Metro Line-3 (MML-3) project.
- The 33.5 Km long MML-3 corridor between Colaba-Bandra SEEPZ will be funded by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
- This will be L&T’s first project using Low Vibration Track technology like the one adopted for the line in the tunnel running under the English Channel connecting England a France.
- This system is easier to maintain as compared to the conventional vibration mitigation methods used in ballastless tracks.
- The scope of work includes design, supply of fastening systems for the entire Line-3, supply and installation of Low Vibration Ballastless tracks, testing and commissioning of ballastless tracks on the mainline from BKC station to Cuffe Parade station.
- The project has to be completed in 30 months.
Mumbai Metro One Completes 5 Years
Date : June 8, 2019
Mumbai Metro One has now completed 5 years in Service !
More Insights :
- It is India’s first PPP metro rail project followed by others such as Gurgaon Metro , Hyderabad Metro etc .
- It has completed 6.17 lakh trips.
- It has become a lifeline in the Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar corridor with a great record of zero accident and no fatality .
- It has also achieved operational efficiency, technological innovation and customer centricity .
- Mumbai Metro One has unmatched on-time performance and train availability of 99.9 %age with a good customer satisfaction score .
About Mumbai Metro One :
- Mumbai Metro One Private Ltd (MMOPL) is a subsidiary of Reliance Infrastructure.
- It is a SPV created to develop, implement and operate Mumbai’s first Metro Line, on a public-private partnership (PPP) model.
- It is a consortium formed by Reliance Infrastructure Ltd, MMRDA and Veolia Transport SA of France with 69 per cent, 26 per cent and 5 per cent stakes respectively.
- It operates on the Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar corridor with 12 metro stations.
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