Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world; second busiest in India when it comes to sheer passenger traffic. The airport caters to over 50 million passengers each year and is spread over an expansive property of 1,450 acres. The terminal 2 of the very airport has been conferred with the prestigious American Institute of Architects Award 2020.
Mumbai has been evolving at a speeding pace and on the note of developments, the iconic kaali-peeli cabs of the city are making the news. In a bid to curb rampant refusal by the taxi drivers in Mumbai, the government has come up with a way out.