Work commences on elevated Kurla station

Construction work has commenced for an elevated three-line Harbour station above the eastern part of the sprawling Kurla station in Mumbai.

Mahesh Gupta, chief administrative officer (construction), Central Railway (CR), confirmed the development to DNA and added that the project could take over three years to complete.

The Rs 96 crore tender for the work was finalised in the later months of 2015 and the technicalities were being worked out over the past several months, the DNA report said, quoting officials familiar with the development.

As per plans, the project entails creation of a rail flyover, starting from the north of Chunabhatti to the south of Tilak nagar stations with a three-line Harbour station right above the current platforms 7 and 8.

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