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Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link Project: MMRDA launches India's first Orthotropic Steel Deck

Moving forward with the ambitious Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link project, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority has achieved yet another milestone. On the occasion of Makar Sankranti, the MMRDA erected the first Orthotropic Steel Deck for the construction of the longest sea bridge in India. With a first in India moment, the magnum opus project has inched closer towards its completion now, informed MMRDA in a tweet.

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Mumbai Trans Harbour Link hits major milestone with the launch of first steel span

Claiming a milestone achievement, the MMRDA on Monday launched the first Orthotropic Steel Deck (OSD) on the Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link. As per reports, the step is a part of Package-II and has been marked as one of the most complex parts of construction. The feat will notably catalyse the completion of India's largest sea bridge, drastically improving connectivity between South Mumbai with Navi Mumbai, via a 22km long route.

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Mumbai's Trans-Harbour Link to use 6x longer steel decks for construction

The magnum opus Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) is set to become the first infrastructure project in India to use the international fittings of 'orthotropic steel decks' for rapid completion. This equipment is about 6-times longer than the usual decks, ensuring the construction of a longer-spans bridge here, added reports. As per reports, the installation process of the same will begin in December with the MTHL project entering its complex construction phase.

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