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Churchgate-Virar elevated rail corridor likely to get nod

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

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A discussion in this regard was held in a meeting chaired by Chief Minister today at Sahyadri guest house with railway officials and officials.

"It is expected that the elevated corridor project, whose cost will be Rs 20,000 crore, will completed by 2020," Jadhav told reporters after the meeting.

"The railways have sought increasing the floor space index (FSI) of stations which will fall on the elevated corridor and also to acquire land at the earliest," he added.

  

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Churchgate-Virar elevated rail corridor likely to get nod

The Maharashtra government is contemplating an elevated railway corridor on Churchgate-Virar section and CST-Panvel section, besides starting high-speed trains between Mumbai and Nagpur, Minister of State for Urban Development Bhaskar Jadhav said.

A discussion in this regard was held in a meeting chaired by Chief Minister today at Sahyadri guest house with railway officials and officials.

"It is expected that the elevated corridor project, whose cost will be Rs 20,000 crore, will completed by 2020," Jadhav told reporters after the meeting.

"The railways have sought increasing the floor space index (FSI) of stations which will fall on the elevated corridor and also to acquire land at the earliest," he added.

  
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