The Casting of Piers for Mumbai Metro Line-9 Begins

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MUMBAI (Metro Rail News): J Kumar Infraprojects started the casting of the first pier for Mumbai Metro’s 11.38 km Line-9 which is proposed to connect Dahisar East with Mira Bhayandar.
The first pier, P63, is located right across from Thakur Mall near the proposed Pandurang Wadi Station and is estimated to be 9 meters high. 491 piers will be cast for this line in the north-western suburbs according to a news report.
The contract of this line’s construction under package CA-48 – a northern extension of the under-construction 16.5 km Line-7 – was awarded to J Kumar Infraprojects by the MMRDA in January 2020.
The scope of the work includes the construction of 3 double-decker viaducts on Kashmira Road measuring 1.5 km, 1.1 km and 754m for vehicles and metro trains, and 7 stations at Pandurang Wadi (interchange with Line-10), Miragaon, Kashigaon, Sai Baba Nagar, Meditya Nagar, Shaheed Bhaghat Singh Garden and Subhash Chandra Bose Ground.


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