Come 2024, Suraj residents will have a faster and smoother commute
Spend your time with loved ones, not in traffic. Thanks to the upcoming Mumbai Metro Line 3 (MML-3) expected to be ready by 2024, Suraj residents can get from South to North Mumbai in one smooth metro ride.
Also known as the Aqua line, MML-3 is a 33.5 km underground corridor connecting Colaba, Bandra and SEEPZ. It runs through 27 stations between Cuffe Parade and Aarey Colony, 26 underground and one at-grade. The metro line will allow Suraj residents a faster commute with some of the stations including Churchgate, CST Metro, Worli, Siddhivinayak Temple, Dadar, Bandra-Kurla Complex, MIDC and SEEPZ. The metro will also halt at the Domestic and International Airports, offering an easy way for travelers to and from the city. (Source) MML-3 will provide a seamless connection between the business districts, travel hubs and residential areas of Mumbai.
Currently the line is under construction and Phase 1 is expected to be completed by January 2024. Trial run of MML-3 was conducted in August at Aarey Colony by Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis. In order to improve connectivity, the line will also integrate with eight other public transport locations, namely Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT), Dadar MSRTC Bus Depot, Mahalaxmi Monorail, Mumbai Metro Lines 1 and 2B, and railway stations Churchgate, Grant Road and Mumbai Central. (Source)
MML-3 is expected to be environment-friendly by taking lakhs of private vehicles off the roads and creating a more robust public transport network for Mumbaikars. In October, the tunneling between Siddhivnayak Temple and Dadar was completed, covering a distance of nearly 1.1 km (Source). Once completed, the line will enable Dadar residents to travel between South and North Mumbai more efficiently.
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