16 Mumbai railways stations to get revamped under MUTP-3A
Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation (MRVC) officials on Friday unveiled the outline for the near Rs 50,000 crore MUTP-3A (Mumbai Urban Transport Project), the biggest rail project for the city till date.
Among other projects, MUTP-3A entails a complete overhaul of 16 suburban stations – across Western and Central Railway – in the form of upgradation and modernisation of station facilities (ticket counters, washrooms etc), infrastructure (FOBs, platforms etc) and amenities (food stalls, water coolers etc).
The stations scheduled for revamping are Goregaon, Virar, Lower Parel, Khar, Sion, GTB Nagar, Chembur, Wadala, Mira Road, Ghatkopar, Dombivli, Mulund, Bhandup, Nalasopara, Bhayander, and Shahad.
The upgradation exercise is expected to cost Rs 946 crore, which will be borne equally by Railways and the State Government.
Additional details about projects under MUTP-3A can be found here.