The project is named Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj Coastal Motorway and it is set to be inaugurated on February 19, 2024, coinciding with Chhatrapati Shivaji's birthday.

MCRP aims to transform transportation infrastructure in Mumbai, enhancing connectivity and reducing traffic congestion along the coastline.

The project anticipates a 34% decrease in fuel consumption, resulting in annual savings of $100 million for commuters.

The coastal road project is expected to reduce carbon emissions by an estimated 1826 tCO2e per year.

Innovative techniques like monopile foundation systems and Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs) to ensure efficiency and precision.

MCRP includes raised carriageways and meticulous planning to tackle challenges like building a 75-meter radius interchange bridge over the sea to ensure safety.

Has dedicated lanes for buses and ambulances, a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system, and park-and-ride facilities to encourage public transit usage.

The Tunnel Boring Machine called ‘Mavala’ achieved a world record for monthly lengths by excavating 456.72 m at the Mumbai Coastal Road Project.