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Risks and Risk Management for the mumbai metro

Risks and Risk Management for the mumbai metro



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Published by: Shivendra Singh on Apr 12, 2012
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Risks and Risk Management for theVersova- Mankhurd metro line
by:Shivendra SinghMBA(Tech)I.T 172
by:Shivendra SinghMBA(Tech)I.T 172
Phase I
2011)Versova - Andheri
Ghatkopar - 11.07 KmColaba - Bandra
Charkop - 38.24 KmBandra - Kurla
Mankhurd - 13.37 KmTotal - 62.68 Km
Phase II
2016)Charkop - Dahisar - 7.5 KmGhatkopar
Mulund - 12.4 Km
Phase III
( 2016
2021)BKC - Kanjur Marg via Airport - 19.5 KmAndheri(E) - Dahisar(E) - 18 KmHutatma Chowk
- 21.8 KmSewri
Prabhadevi - 3.5 KmTotal Length 146.5 kmTotal Cost Rs 19,525 Cr
Mumbai Metro to be a 146.5km rail-based mass rapid transit system.
The first line (
phase I
) connecting the regions of Versova, Andheri and
Ghatkopar (VAG) is under construction. phase I construction is
completed and this section is expected to be operational by the endof 2012.
Phase II, which will connect Charkop, Bandra and Mankhurd, hasbeen awarded to the consortium made up of RIIL, SNC Lavolin Inc,Canada and Reliance Communication. The contract, RIIL expects thephase II route to be operational by 2015, although the execution planindicates project completion for 2016
The third metro line (phase III) is still underway and consists of twoelevated and 14 underground stations.

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