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Ambernath: The survey of the Metro 12 route, which is being looked at as an extension of the Thane-Bhiwandi-Kalyan Metro, Kalyan-Taloja Metro, has reached its final stage. The alignment survey of this route was started by MMRDA last month. Now the MMRDA officials have said that the survey will be completed in the next two weeks. Kalyan Lok Sabha Constituency MP Dr. Shrikant Shinde had requested MMRDA to speed up the work of this metro line.
Metro line is being constructed for Thane and Thane Palayad Kalyan Dombivli cities along with Mumbai through Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority. The construction of Thane – Bhiwandi – Kalyan metro line is going on at a fast pace. The route will further go from Kalyan to Dombivli, some villages of Kalyan taluka and further to Taloja. Due to the construction of this road, the rural areas of Kalyan-Dombivli municipal area, Kalyan taluka will be directly connected with the areas of Navi Mumbai, Taloja. Kalyan Lok Sabha Constituency MP Dr. Srikant Shinde is insistent. Last month MP Dr. Shinde Metropolitan Commissioner of Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority i.e. MMRDA S. V. R. A letter was written to Srinivas urging him to speed up the work of this route. After that, the project consultant for this route was immediately appointed on behalf of MMRDA. After that, in a meeting held at the MMRDA headquarters, the Metropolitan Commissioner assured that the survey of this route would be started soon. The work of this survey was started on behalf of MMRDA in the month of September. MP Dr informed that this work is now more than half completed. Srikant Shinde has given. MMRDA has claimed that this work will be completed by November 20. As soon as the survey is completed, the work of the next phase of this route will be started, said MP Dr. Shinde has said.
Such is the way
Kalyan Taloja metro line is 20 km long and has 17 stations. The entire elevated track metro is expected to be completed by 2024. About 30 hectares of land is likely to be required for this. The project was approved in September 2019.