Mumbai Nashik Expressway

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Mumbai-Nashik Expressway
मुंबई-नाशिक द्रुतगती मार्ग
Segment at Kasara Ghat
Route information
Maintained by MSRDC
Length150 km (90 mi)
Major junctions
South endMumbai
North endNashik
Highway system

Mumbai Nashik Expressway (mr:मुंबई नाशिक द्रुतगती मार्ग) is a 150 km (93 mi)[1] long highway connecting Mumbai to Nashik.[2] The total cost of the project is 40 billion (US$580 million).[1] At the time when this project was awarded, it was the largest BOT road project in India. The project involves increasing the number of lanes on the 99.5 km Vadape-Gonde (Mumbai-Nasik) section of the National Highway-3 to four.[3]

Project development[edit]

Projects under implementation in NHDP Phase III A

Vadpe to Gonde 

Vadpe is in Thane district and Gonde in Nashik district. 100 km work has been completed. This contract was given in June 2005 to Gammon India + Sadbhav engineering + Billimoria consortium of contractors. the name of SPV is” Mumbai Nashik Expressway limited” The project cost was Rs 5.79 billion. The expected completion date was 36 months from date of award of contract. The completion date was first extended up to April 2009. Now the completion date has been extended up to January 2011. The project supervision consultant to this project are Sheladia Associates INC- Artefact Projects Ltd – USA

As of 15 Jan 2018, this project has been completed up to 99%.[4][5]

See also[edit]



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  2. ^ "Projects – Mumbai Nasik Expressway Limited (MNEL)". Retrieved 16 July 2010.
  3. ^ "Chennai". Indian Tollways. Retrieved 16 July 2010.
  4. ^ Parag Parikh. "Mumbai-Nashik proj is key toll revenue maker: Gammon Infra – CNBC-TV18". Retrieved 22 July 2011.
  5. ^ "The Mumbai-Nasik Expressway is expected to be commissioned before March 2011 | Nashik ::::: A Complete Guide and Update on Nashik". 13 September 2010. Retrieved 22 July 2011.