MSRDC/MMB/JNPT – Westcoast Water Transport System – Maharashtra - Project Profile
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Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC), Maharashtra Maritime Board (MMB) and Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNPT) are planning to construct a passenger water transport system in Maharashtra, India.
MSRDC is the implementing agency for the project.
The project involves the construction of a passenger water transport system and being developed in two phases. The west coast network will be from Nariman Point to Borivali, via Marve, Versova, Bandra and Juhu.
The project includes the construction of a 40,000m2 Nariman point terminal, a 4,000m2 Borivali terminal, six catamarans, four hover ports, access roads, a terminal building, ticket counters, an arrival and departure lounge, office space, security booths, traffic control room, restaurants, rest rooms, and book stalls
Center for Earth Science Studies, Central Water and Power Research Station and Mott MacDonald Pvt Ltd were appointed as study consultants.
In May 2012, MSRDC invited bids for contractors but did not receive the expected response. The project was placed on hold as not feasible.
In July 2015, the project is transferred from Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) to Maharashtra Maritime Board (MMB).
In September 2015, MSRDC signed a tripartite MoU agreement with MMB and JNPT.
In May 2017 MMB board gave its nod for a feasibility study of the project.
Feasibility study activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of a passenger water transport system in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
The US$238 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a 40,000m2 Nariman point terminal
2. Construction of a 4,000m2 Borivali terminal
3. Construction of six catamarans
4. Construction of four hover ports
5. Construction of access roads
6. Construction of a terminal building
7. Construction of ticket counters
8. Construction of an arrival and departure lounge
9. Construction of office space
10. Construction of security booths
11. Construction of traffic control room
12. Construction of restaurants
13. Construction of parking and related facilities