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Airoli Bridge

Airoli Bridge
ऐरोली पूल
Aerial view of Airoli bridge
Coordinates
Carries Road Traffic
Crosses Thane Creek
Locale Mulund, Mumbai and Airoli, Navi Mumbai
Official name Airoli Bridge
Maintained by Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation
Characteristics
Design Slab and girder bridge
Total length 3,850 meters (12,630 ft)
Longest span 1,030 meters (3,379 ft)
Number of spans 19 spans of 50 meters c/c. Two end spans of 40 meters each. Two navigational spans
History
Constructed by Afcons Infrastructure Ltd and project executed by Subodh V. Kamat
Construction begin January 1994
Construction end January 1999
Statistics
Toll 35 For Cars. Free For 2 Wheelers.

The Airoli Bridge is a bridge in the Mumbai metropolitan area of India. It was constructed to establish a direct road link between Mumbai and Navi Mumbai.[1] Constructed by Afcons Infrastructure Ltd and project executed by Subodh V. Kamat,the 1.03 km bridge marked the development of Airoli & Thane- Belapur belt. The MSRDC collects toll on the bridge.[2]

A road link connecting Thane–Belapur road and Eastern Express Highway has been established by this bridge. This bridge forms a junction on Thane - Belapur road near Airoli and meets the intersection of Eastern Express Highway and Goregoan - Mulund link road in Mumbai. Airoli is the nearest node to this Bridge. This bridge is the second bridge connecting Mumbai to Navi Mumbai after the Vashi Bridge connecting the township of Vashi to Mankhurd.

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References

  1. ^ http://www.msrdc.org/Projects/Airoli_Bridge.aspx
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