Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT) chairman Sanjay Bhatia has said they are planning to open up a slew of citizen-focussed facilities being built at a cost of up to Rs 300 crore over the next six months.
Speaking to PTI, he said, “Many projects are in different stages of development and nearing completion. Works of around Rs 250-300 crore will be opened before the onset of the monsoon.”
According to Bhatia, a domestic cruise terminal with restaurants will also be inaugurated, which is slated to handle a cruise service between the financial capital and Goa that will be starting soon.
MbPT is planning a ground-breaking for the Rs 3090-crore International Cruise Terminal on January 11, and will take up to 18 months to complete the project that is aimed at upping the calls by global cruises to the country
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