Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation

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Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation
Public limited company
IndustryConstruction
PredecessorPublic Works Department
HeadquartersMaharashtra, ,
India
Area served
Roads, Bridges, Land Development and Toll related contracts
Key people
Eknath Shinde (Chairman) Madan Yerawar (Co-Chairman)
Shri Radheshyam Mopalwar, IAS(Vice Chairman & Managing Director)
WebsiteMSRDC.org

The Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation Limited, commonly abbreviated as MSRDC, is an Indian Public limited company fully owned by the Government of Maharashtra. MSRDC was established on July 9, 1996 and incorporated as a public limited company under the Companies Act 1956 on August 2, 1996. It is responsible for developing, building and maintaining roads in Maharashtra.

The roles and responsibilities of the MSRDC are listed as:[1]

"MSRDC is charged with the responsibility of planning, designing, constructing and managing select road projects, flyovers, bridges, light rail transit, sea links and water transport etc. in Maharashtra and integrated road development projects in select cities of the state. It also provides roadside amenities and any other infrastructure tasks specifically assigned to it."

Departments[edit]

The MSRDC has following departments:

  • Administration
  • Engineering
  • Toll Monitoring
  • Land & Surveys
  • Accounts & Finance
  • Commercial
  • Special Planning Authority

Projects[edit]

Completed projects[edit]

Current projects[edit]

  • Mumbai Nagpur Super Communication Expressway|Maharashtra Samruddhi Mahamarg
  • Versova-Bandra Sea Link Project
  • Mumbai Pune Expressway- Missing Link
  • Thane Creek Bridge-3

Ongoing Projects (Construction/Operation & Maintenance)[edit]

Future planning[edit]

10 km tunnel road to connect Thane and Borivali[2]

Bandra - Worli sea link extension to Virar[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ MSRDC
  2. ^ Parab, Harshada (21 September 2019). "Underground road to link Borivali and Thane". The Asian Age. Retrieved 21 September 2019.
  3. ^ Parab, Harshada (21 September 2019). "Underground road to link Borivali and Thane". The Asian Age. Retrieved 21 September 2019.

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