Bandra worli sea link jay

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Bandra worli sea link jay

  1. 1. BANDRA WORLI SEA LINK, MumbaiClient: MSRDCContractor: HCCyear of Completion: 2009/10Cost: 1634 crores INR•The BWSL project is a part of the Western FreewaySea Project•The project has been commissioned to offer aquicker alternative to the north-south traffic thatpresently amounts to approximately 125,000 cars aday.•India’s first bridge to be constructed in open-seaconditions• 4.7 km, two 4-lane independent carriagewaybridge across the open sea.“The Bandra-Worli Sea Link (BWSL) is a civil engineeringmarvel spanning an arc of the Mumbai coastline. With itscable-stayed towers soaring gracefully skywards, the sea linkis a reflection of the modern infrastructure that Mumbai isadding in its progress towards becoming a world-class city.”
  2. 2. SEQUENCE OF THE PROJECT:Package I: Construction of flyoverover Love Grove junction at WorliPackage II: Construction of cloverleafinterchange at Mahim intersectionPackage III: Construction of solidapproach road from the Mahimintersection up to the start of the TollPlaza on the Bandra side and a publicpromenadePackage IV: Construction of Cable-Stayed Bridges together with viaductapproachesextending from Worli up to the TollPlaza at Bandra end, Intelligent BridgeSystem (IBS).Package V: Improvement to KhanAbdul Gaffar Khan RoadPackage IV is the largest and mainphase of Bandra-Worli Sea LinkProject.
  3. 3. Part 1: The north-end approach structure with Pre-Cast (PC) segmental construction. & Part 3 : The southend approach structure with Pre-Cast segmental construction.
  4. 4. Part 2: The Cable-Stayed Bridge at Bandra channel is with 50m -250m-250m-50m span arrangement and theCable-Stayed Bridge at Worli channel is with 50m-50m- 150m-50m-50m span arrangement.

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