When I first heard the news of the completion of the Bandra skywalk project linking Bandra station to Bandra –kurla complex (BKC), I had a longing to visit the Bandra skywalk. And the opportunity came up this week, a month after it was open to the pedestrians. Bandra skywalk is the first project to have been completed among the many such skywalk project coming up all over Mumbai. It was built by the MMRDA (Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority) at an estimated cost of Rs 13.63 crore. The Bandra skywalk is built 6 metre above ground level and is 4 metre wide. It is a 1.3 Km long stretch running parallel to the Slums near Bandra station, the Indian oil office and above the Western Express highway. The entry and exit point is the Bandra station and BKC.
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