Flyover at Thakur Complex junction, Kandivali on Western Express Highway.


Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority is contemplating to develop a master plan for integrated road development with the objective of strengthening and augmenting the existing road network particularly within the suburbs where intensity and demand for road traffic has been increasing significantly. As part of Master Plan it is intended to evolve efficient traffic dispersal system which will include provision of Elevated roads, Grade separators, Interchanges, ROB’s RUBs, subways, pedestrian vehicular underpasses, etc.

Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC Ltd.) on behalf of Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has decided to take up the Construction of Five Flyovers on WEH, in Mumbai to make WESTERN EXPRESS HIGHWAY a freeway. The flyover at Thakur Complex on western express highway is one such flyover identified by MMRDA.

Salient Fetures

Name of the Project Construction of 8-Lane Flyover at Thakur Complex Junction Junction, Kandivali on Western Express Highway
Type of Project Infrastructure Development Project
Original Contract Value Rs. 31.78 Crores
Revised Contract Value Rs. 33.05 Crores
Time Frame 15 Months
Original Completion Date 24.01.2009
Original Overall Length of Flyover 644 Meter
Wearing Coat 6 mm Mastic Asphalt as water Proofing course over deck slab + 50 mm DBM + 25mm Mastic Asphalt as Top Wearing surface.