Development of Mumbai

Development of Mumbai
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The details of schemes implemented by Ministry of Urban Development for Mumbai are as under: -
(i) Under Urban Infrastructure & Governance (UIG), a sub-mission of Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM), 26 projects have been sanctioned for Mumbai at a total cost of Rs. 5376.37 crore wherein Additional Central Assistance (ACA) committed is Rs. 1881.73 crore. ACA of Rs. 1486.74 crore has been released.
(ii) Under the second stimulus package announced by the Government of India in January, 2009, the States, including Maharashtra, as a one-time measure have been provided financial assistance for purchase of buses for their urban transport system under the scheme for providing central financial assistance for procurement of buses for urban transport under JNNURM. The financing is meant exclusively for City Bus Service and Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) for all Mission Cities.
The Brihan Mumbai Electric Supply & Transport Undertaking (BEST) and Navi Mumbai have been sanctioned 1150 modern Intelligent Transport System (ITS) enabled buses under JnNURM. Details are as under:
City /
Total Fleet
(Rs. in crore)
Total Cost Approved in CSMC (Rs. in crore)
Delivery of buses
Central Share (ACA) Approved (Rs. in crore)
Total released ( Rs. in crore)
Navi Mumbai
(iii) Two metro rail projects on Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode and one Metro Rail Project on Joint Venture between Centre and State Government in the state of Maharashtra have been approved. The details are as under:
S. No.
Project Details
Present Status
Fund Sanctioned/ released
Mumbai Metro Rail Project Line-1
Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar Corridor
The total length of the corridor is 11.40 km and completion cost is Rs. 2356.00 cr. The project is under implementation on Public Private Partnership (PPP) / Build Operate Transfer (BOT) format by Mumbai Metro which is a Joint Venture of M/s Reliance Infrastructure Ltd., M/s Veolia, and Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA).
· The Central Government has approved Viability Gap Funding (VGF) amounting to 20% of the project cost i.e. Rs.471 crore as special Additional Central Assistance (ACA).
Overall 85% work has been completed and the line is likely to be commissioned by November, 2012
Out of total Viability Gap Funding (VGF) grant of Rs. 471 crore, Central Government has released Rs. 235.50 cr.
Mumbai Metro Line-2
Charkop-Bandra-Mankurd Corridor
The total length of the corridor is 31.871 km and completion cost is Rs. 7660.00 crore. Line-2 is a Joint Venture comprising M/s Reliance Infrastructure Ltd., SNC Lavalin, Canada & Reliance Communication Ltd.
Project has been approved for commencement of the work
Government of India has approved Rs. 1532 crore VGF, for release to the State Government
Mumbai Metro Line-3
Colaba-Bandra-SEEPZ Corridor
Mumbai Metro Line-3 is a Joint Venture of GOI and Govt. of Maharashtra. The total length is 33.5 km and completion cost is Rs. 24,430 crore.
The Detailed Project Report (DPR) has been circulated to all concerned Ministries/ Departments & Planning Commission for their comments.
On request of Ministry of Urban Development, D/o Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance has recommended the proposal to Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) for inclusion in its rolling plan .
(iv) The Brihan Mumbai Storm Water Drainage (BRIMSTOWAD) Project, for improvement of storm water drainage in Mumbai was approved on 12.07.2007 at an estimated cost of Rs. 1200.53 crore out of which an amount of Rs. 1000 crore has already been released.
This information was given by the Minister of State for Urban Development Shri Saugata Roy in a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha today.
AC/J – PQ1 – usq 6219

(Release ID :83922)

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