Mumbai Metro Line 4 – India Wadala - Kasarwadavali Section

Metros

Start of works

April 2018

Progress Status

28%

Data updated to february 2021

Bhakti Park, Mumbai, India
SDG Obiettivi di sviluppo sostenibile
Climate action Climate action
Sustainable cities & communities Sustainable cities & communities

The project about Line 4 of Mumbai’s Metro system involves design and development of approx. 20 kms of railway viaduct and 18 stations, all in elevation, as part of the project linking the Wadala district (in the centre of the city) with the Thane district.
The works, commissioned by the public company Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), are divided into three lots:

Lot 8. Bhakti Park (Wadala)–Amar Mahal Junction section: 6.4 kms of viaduct, 6 stations and 2 interconnections;

Lot 10. Gandhi Nagar–Sonapur section: 6.7 kms of viaduct and 6 stations;

Lot 12. Kapurbawdi–Kasarvadavali section: 6.8 kms of viaduct and 6 stations.

The Contractor carrying out the work is the JV between Astaldi (Webuild Group) and the Indian company Reliance Infrastructure Ltd.

Technical data

m3 of concrete

348,400

tons of steel

64,900

km of railway viaduct

20

Sustainability

Advantages and benefits of the work

Cars taken off the road per day

669,200

Co2 emissions avoided per year

657,600 t

Expected passengers per day by 2021

870,000