Image by Maharashtra State Road Development Corp Mumbai's rail and roadway development is constrained by the island city's geography. Image courtesy Stup Consultants This potential design for the Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link bridge was submitted in 2005. India’s longest sea-link project is drawing international bidder interest. The 14-mile Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link bridge will connect Sewri, located in the northeast of Mumbai, to Nhava Sheva, located in Navi Mumbai, across Thane Creek, an Arabian Sea inlet.Due to Mumbai’s geographic isolation on a collection of islands, India’s largest city has limited expansion options for rail and road corridors. Being developed by the Mumbai
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