Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis to throw open northern arm of Kherwadi flyover on Sunday

Apr 18, 2015, 07:10 IST | A Correspondent

The work on the northern arm of 580-meter long Kherwadi flyover has been completed and the motorists will soon enjoy a congestion-free travel on this stretch with Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis throwing open the same on the Western Expressway on Sunday at 10 a.m.

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The Southern arm of this Rs.28-crore flyover was thrown open to the public in June 2014. Now with the Northern arm opening, the flyover will provide three lanes each for up and down traffic, providing signal free ride from South to North and vice versa reducing travel time and fuel cost. It will also decongest Kherwadi and Kalanagar junctions. The flyover will also help motorists enjoy a signal-free drive from Worli to Dahisar and back.

Kherwadi flyover

The Southern arm of the Kherwadi flyover was completed in 226 days and the authority took six months to complete the Northern arm of the flyover.

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The Chief Minister will then proceed to perform the Bhoomipujan of the BKC-EEH Elevated Road which will be held at 10.15 am at a ground opposite Canara Bank, BKC, Bandra-East.

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