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Planned, Developed and Owned By CIDCO

Vehicle registration MH43 [Navi Mumbai], MH46 [Panvel]

Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
(IPA:Navī Mumba'ī) is a planned township of Mumbai
Mumbai
off the west coast of the Indian state of Maharashtra
Maharashtra
in Konkan
Konkan
division. The city is divided into two parts, North Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
and South Navi Mumbai, for the individual development of Panvel
Panvel
Mega City, which includes the area from Kharghar
Kharghar
to Uran. Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
has a population of 1,119,477[1] as per the 2011 provisional census. The area was mooted in 1971 to be a new urban township of Mumbai
Mumbai
by the Government of Maharashtra. For this purpose a new public sector undertaking was established that is the CIDCO. [2] Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
is situated across two districts namely Mumbai
Mumbai
and Raigad.[3] The city has been ranked 12th among 73 cities surveyed for cleanliness and hygiene by the Union Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) and Quality Council of India
India
(QCI) as a part of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.[4] Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
is home to various educational institutions offering courses in several streams including engineering, medical sciences, interior designing, and hotel management. Various MNCs like Siemens, McDonald's, Bureau Veritas, Bizerba
Bizerba
and Larsen & Toubro have their offices/branches across the city making it an active business hub.[5] Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
also has various recreational facilities such as a golf course, central park and Pandavkada water falls in Kharghar, Parsik Hill near Mahape, Wonders park in Nerul, Juhu
Juhu
Chowpatty mini seashore in Juhunagar or Sagar Vihar in Vashi, Pirwad and Mankeshwar Beach in Uran
Uran
and several other public places like gardens and jogging tracks. Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
also has many quality restaurants and luxury hotels for accommodation like Four Poins by Sheraton and Fortune Exotica. There are many shopping malls such as Seawoods
Seawoods
Grand Central in Seawoods, Little World mall in Kharghar, Orion Mall in Panvel, Inorbit and Raghuleela malls in Vashi.

Contents

1 History 2 Implementation, development and issues 3 Administration

3.1 CIDCO 3.2 NMMC 3.3 PMC

4 Demographics 5 Transport

5.1 International Airport 5.2 Metro Rail

6 Infrastructure 7 Services 8 Commerce 9 Sports 10 Education 11 References 12 External links

History[edit] A phenomenal rate of urban growth has been experienced by India
India
during the 25 years following independence and Bombay has had its due share in it. The population of Greater Bombay rose from 2.966 millions in 1951 to 4.152 millions in 1961 and to 5.970 millions in 1971, registering 40.0 and 43.80 per cent growths during the first and second decades respectively. The rapid rate of growth of population, made possible by the increasing industrial and commercial importance of the city, resulted in a fast deterioration in the quality of life for the majority of people living in the city. Development inputs could not keep pace with the rapidly growing population, industry, trade and commerce. Besides, there are physical limitations to the growth of a city built on a long and narrow peninsula, which has very few connections with the mainland. The Government of Maharashtra
Maharashtra
has been alive to the emerging problems of this metropolis. Responsible public opinion was equally vigilant and several constructive suggestions appeared from time to time in the press and elsewhere. All this helped in keeping the problems of Bombay in the forefront of public awareness. In 1958, the Govt. of Bombay appointed a study group under the Chairmanship of Shri S.G. Barve, Secretary to Government, Public Works Department, to consider the problems relating to congestion of traffic, deficiency of open spaces and play fields, shortage of housing and over concentration of industry in the metropolitan and suburban areas of Bombay, and to recommend specific measures to deal with these. The Barve Group reported in February 1959. One of its major recommendations was that a rail-cum-road bridge be built across the Thane Creek
Thane Creek
to connect peninsular Bombay with the mainland. The group felt that the bridge would accelerate development across the Creek, relieve pressure on the city’s railways and roadways, and draw away industrial and residential concentrations eastward to the mainland. The Group hoped that the eastward development would be orderly and would take place in a planned manner. The Government of Maharashtra
Maharashtra
accepted the Barve Group recommendation. Another Committee under the Chairmanship of Prof. D.R. Gadgil, then Director of the Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Poona was formed and asked “to formulate broad principles of regional planning for the metropolitan regions of Bombay Panvel
Panvel
and Poona and to make recommendations for the establishment of Metropolitan Authorities for preparation and execution of such plans”. The Gadgil Committee inter-alia made two important recommendations which have influenced the planning for Navi Mumbai. One, a planned decentralisation of industries with severe restrictions on further industrial growth in the Bombay region. Two, development of the mainland area as a multi-nucleated settlement, each settlement smaller in size than 2.5 lacs population. These multi-nucleated settlements are called nodes in the plan, where the entire development is proposed as a series of nodes strung out along mass transit area. The nodes proposed by us are, however, more closely spaced than the multi-nucleated settlements envisaged by Dr. Gadgil. But the principle remains of individual settlements, self-contained in respect of schools and shopping and other essential services and separated from each other by green spaces. The Maharashtra
Maharashtra
Regional and Town Planning Act was passed in 1966 and brought into force in January 1967. The Bombay Metropolitan Region was notified in June 1967 and a Regional Planning Board constituted under the Chairmanship of Shri L.G. Rajwade, I.C.S. The Draft Regional Plan of the Board was finalised in January 1970. It proposed the development of a twin city across the harbour, on the mainland to the east, as a counter-magnet to the office concentration taking place at the southern tip of Bombay. The alternative growth pole was to siphon off the over concentration of jobs and population which further growth would cause in the city and reallocate these on the mainland. In making this recommendation, the Board was influenced by various factors such as the existing industrial sites in the Thana-Belapur area and Taloja, the imminent completion of the Thana Creek Bridge and the proposal of the Bombay Port Trust to establish a new port at Nhava Sheva. The Board recommended that the new metro-centre or Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
as it is now called, be developed to accommodate a population of 21 lacs.[6] Implementation, development and issues[edit]

Utsav Chowk
Utsav Chowk
at Kharghar

Shivaji Chowk

The planning of Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
could begin, in the right earnest, only by 1971, and involved leading architects and urban planner like, Charles Correa (Chief Architect), Shirish Patel, Pravina Mehta[7] and R. K. Jha (Chief Planner),[8] The City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO) was established on 17 March 1971, under the Indian Companies Act, 1956 for this purpose. The area covered 150 kilometres (93 mi) of the total 720 kilometres (450 mi) of the Konkan coast. Privately owned land consisting of 86 villages covering 15,954 hectares (39,420 acres) within the present limits of Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
and further villages measuring an additional 2,870 hectares (7,100 acres) were acquired by the government of Maharashtra.[9] The major part of Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
covers the southern part of Thane
Thane
Taluka (from Thane District) and part of Panvel
Panvel
and Uran
Uran
taluka (from Raigad District). CIDCO
CIDCO
carved out 14 small nodes with a view towards facilitating comprehensive development. These nodes are named Airoli, Ghansoli, Kopar Khairane, Juhu
Juhu
Nagar,Vashi, Sanpada, Nerul, CBD Belapur, Kharghar, Kamothe, New Panvel, Kalamboli, Ulwe, Dronagiri, Taloja, Karanjade. CIDCO
CIDCO
planned and constructed all the railway stations, roads and public spaces in Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
and developed nearby areas commercially.

Vashi
Vashi
Bridge across the creek.

In 1973, the Vashi
Vashi
bridge was opened to the public for residents of Vashi, CBD Belapur
CBD Belapur
and Nerul. The Sion- Panvel
Panvel
Highway was built to reduce the time taken to travel from Sion to Panvel. Initially there was not much response to the new city. Major changes took place only after 1990, with the commissioning of a wholesale agricultural produce market at Vashi
Vashi
and the construction of a commuter railway line from Mankhurd
Mankhurd
to Vashi
Vashi
in May 1992. These developments caused a sudden growth in economic activities and population in Navi Mumbai. The city has some issues too. The city was originally planned to create affordable housing for people who could not afford living in Mumbai. It was decided not to let any slum pockets pop up across the city. But it failed. According to the 2001 census, a fifth[10][11] to a third[12] of the population of municipalised Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
lives in slums [13] and gaothans (urban villages)[9] with thousands of buildings built violating planning norms.[14] By the end of the 1990s, the planning authority of Navi Mumbai initiated private participation in the developmental activity of Navi Mumbai. A new railway link between Nerul
Nerul
and Uran
Uran
is under construction and the portion of this line from Seawood to Ulwe
Ulwe
is at an advanced stage of construction.[15] Southern Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
is being developed rapidly with its class infrastructure and modern nodes of Kharghar, Kamothe, Panvel
Panvel
and Kalamboli. These nodes are experiencing major infrastructural developments due to their proximity to the proposed Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
International Airport. Also a latest development known as 'One Time Planning' with an estimated budget of ₹12,821 crores is underway to transform the municipalised Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
on the lines of the Mega Cities of the world. Administration[edit] CIDCO[edit] When Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
was created in the 1970s, CIDCO
CIDCO
was the only authority that looked after the development and maintenance of the city. CIDCO
CIDCO
prepared a developmental plan for Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
covering 95 villages

Konkan
Konkan
Bhavan

For the first Ten years of the project CIDCO
CIDCO
acted as the planning and administrative body, and as the developer and builder for the project. Taxes on property, land, commercial and water were payable to CIDCO. The 14 nodes which CIDCO
CIDCO
created were named Airoli, Ghansoli, Kopar Khairane, Vashi, Sanpada, Nerul, CBD Belapur, Kharghar, Kamothe, New Panvel, Kalamboli, Ulwe, Pushpak and Dronagiri. Each of the nodes is divided into smaller groups called sectors. Initially only Vashi, Nerul
Nerul
and CBD Belapur
CBD Belapur
were developed by CIDCO with housing, schools and community centre roads. But after the arrival of the harbour railway line extension in the 1990s, there was an increase in population. CIDCO
CIDCO
shifted its development plan to nodes like Kharghar, Kamothe, New Panvel, and Kopar Khairane. In its new development plan, CIDCO
CIDCO
land was allocated to builders for housing. CIDCO
CIDCO
only provided basic infrastructure like roads, water and electricity, these nodes were developed mostly by private builders according to the CIDCO
CIDCO
plan. The newly developed nodes of Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
on the south side like Kharghar, Kamothe, New Panvel
New Panvel
and Kalamboli
Kalamboli
are maintained by CIDCO. These nodes, which are all beyond CBD Belapur, come under the Raigad district. NMMC[edit]

Nodal plan of Vashi

On 17 December 1991, Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
Municipal Corporation (NMMC) was constituted by the state government for maintaining some of the developed nodes of Navi Mumbai. Local self-government started on 1 January 1992. NMMC was handed nine of the 14 nodes of the Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
project area for its jurisdiction. However, CIDCO, as a planning authority, has rights on the open plots in these five nodes. The nine nodes maintained by NMMC are CBD Belapur, Nerul, Vashi, Turbhe, Kopar khairane, Ghansoli, Airoli, Digha, and Sanpada
Sanpada
as of 1 January 1998, with the physical and social infrastructure already in place.

NMMC Main Building

With annual budget exceeding Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
Municipal Corporation, it is rated amongst the richest corporations in Maharashtra. The municipal corporation is headed by a municipal commissioner and an elected mayor. Currently, the Mayor of Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
is Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) member Mr. J.D.Sutar. There are 111 electoral wards in Navi Mumbai.[16] A corporator is elected in each of the wards. PMC[edit] Recently a resolution has been passed by the general body of the Panvel
Panvel
Municipal Council (PMC), which currently administers the city of Old Panvel
Panvel
spread across an area of 12.11 sq. km. with a population of 1.8 lakh (0.18 mn), to upgrade the Municipal Council to a Municipal Corporation.[17][18] But the minimum requirement for the formation of a Municipal Corporation is having a population of at least 300,000 which the Council falls short of. Hence, a decision has been made by the PMC to incorporate the adjacent nodes of Navi Mumbai under CIDCO's jurisdiction and surrounding villages in the proposed Panvel
Panvel
Municipal Corporation. This would add another 593,000 people under its administration[19] thereby clearing the first hurdle. The decision propounds that instead of merging the administration of newly developed nodes of Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
including New Panvel, Kamothe, Kalamboli, Kharghar, parts of Uran
Uran
and developing nodes of Ulwe
Ulwe
and Dronagiri, which are currently overseen by CIDCO, with NMMC, they should be incorporated under the proposed Panvel
Panvel
Municipal Corporation. This opinion is the result of a political agenda. The fact is, of the total 16 nodes of Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
10 are under NMMC and the rest are under CIDCO. NMMC's jurisdiction is limited within the boundaries of the Thane
Thane
district, which is a foothold of the Nationalist Congress Party, while the remaining nodes are in the Raigad district, where parties like Bharatiya Janata Party, Shiv Sena and Peasants and Workers Party of India are most active. Hence, the local politicians, especially Panvel
Panvel
MLA Prashant Thakur, oppose the merger of all the nodes under one Municipal Corporation citing political conspiracy.[20][21] The proposal is to be tabled before the Maharashtra
Maharashtra
State government which has appointed an expert committee to study the feasibility of the demand to upgrade the Panvel
Panvel
Municipal Council to a Municipal Corporation.[17] But there is some discontent among the residents of the Kharghar
Kharghar
node. The residents and some NGOs from Kharghar
Kharghar
have voiced their demand for Kharghar
Kharghar
to be inducted under NMMC as it would provide them with better civic amenities and would make Kharghar
Kharghar
eligible to be a part of the proposed plan of making Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
a Smart City which includes only the area under NMMC's jurisdiction.[22] However, CIDCO
CIDCO
has its own plan of developing the area under its jurisdiction (informally called as Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
South) as a smart city. But its implementation is not guaranteed because CIDCO
CIDCO
will be financing the entire project by itself as it wouldn't be getting funds from the Centre and State governments like NMMC.[23][24] Residents of Kharghar
Kharghar
have even kicked off a "sign the petition" campaign for the local public and housing societies to sign and which would be presented to the Chief Minister of Maharashtra
Maharashtra
Devendra Fadnavis
Devendra Fadnavis
to request for inclusion of Kharghar under NMMC.[25] So far no such opposition from residents of other nodes has been reported. Demographics[edit] As per provisional reports of Census India, population of Navi Mumbai in 2011 is 1,119,477; out of which males and females are 611,501 and 507,976 respectively. Although Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
city has population of 1,119,477; its urban / metropolitan population is 18,414,288 of which 9,894,088 are males and 8,520,200 are females. In education section, the total number of literate individuals in Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
city is 911,542. Out of this number, 519,257 are males while 392,285 are females. Average literacy rate of Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
city is 91.57 percent of which male and female literacy was 95.05 and 87.33 percent. The sex ratio of Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
city is 831 per 1000 males. Child sex ratio of girls is 901 per 1000 boys. Transport[edit]

Panvel
Panvel
Suburban Railway Station

Kharghar
Kharghar
Railway Station

NMMT AC VOLVO

Trivandrum Rajdhani Express at Platform No. 7 of Panvel
Panvel
Rly Stn

Nerul
Nerul
Rly Stn West

Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
has a robust infrastructure, is well connected to other parts of the state and country and is relatively less polluted compared to Mumbai. The city has a good public transportation system with NMMT, the transport wing of NMMC, serving the bus commuters, the Mumbai
Mumbai
suburban railway serving the train commuters and a large fleet of auto rickshaws for intra-nodal commute. The Mumbai- Pune
Pune
Expressway starts at Kalamboli
Kalamboli
in Navi Mumbai. The Mumbai
Mumbai
suburban railway network covers most of the populated region of the city. The most important suburban stations are Vashi, Nerul, Belapur and Panvel. The stations are planned as major railway junctions. Panvel
Panvel
is the only mainline station and also the busiest railway station of Navi Mumbai. All outstation trains halt here for time periods varying from 5 to 20 minutes. It is an important junction, railway lines come and meet here and it is connected to almost all parts of India. A new broad gauge line is functional between Karjat
Karjat
& Panvel
Panvel
and currently plies three express trains. Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport
Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport
(BEST) & Navi Mumbai Municipal Transport (NMMT) buses travel all over Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane, Kalyan-Dombivli-Badlapur, Panvel-Taloja, Uran- Ulwe
Ulwe
etc. NMMT AC Volvo buses are available from Mumbai
Mumbai
to Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
and vice versa. The Palm Beach Marg, a 10 km and six lane road connects Vashi
Vashi
to CBD Belapur
CBD Belapur
running parallel to the Thane
Thane
creek.

NMMT Routes in Navi Mumbai

NMMT 1 Vashi
Vashi
Rly Stn to Thane
Thane
Rly Stn (W) Via Turbhe
Turbhe
Naka

NMMT 2 Divanagar ( Airoli
Airoli
Sector 10) to Purna Village (Bhiwandi) Via Thane

NMMT 3 Ghansoli
Ghansoli
Depot to Thane
Thane
Rly Stn (W) Via Patni

NMMT 4 Vashi
Vashi
Sector 06 Bus Stn to Thane
Thane
Rly Stn (W) Via Kopar Khairane

NMMT 6 Rabale Rly Stn (E) to Alpha Lowel

NMMT 8 Vashi
Vashi
Rly Stn to Thane
Thane
Rly Stn (W) Via Ghansoli
Ghansoli
Village

NMMT 9 Vashi
Vashi
Rly Stn to Ghansoli
Ghansoli
Depot

NMMT 10 Sanpada
Sanpada
Rly Stn to Ghansoli
Ghansoli
Depot Via APMC Market

NMMT 11 Sanpada
Sanpada
Rly Stn to Thane
Thane
Rly Stn (W) Via MIDC

NMMT 12 Vashi
Vashi
Rly Stn to Thane
Thane
Rly Stn (W) Via MIDC

NMMT 15 Nerul
Nerul
Sector 46/48 to DY Patil College ( Nerul
Nerul
LP)

NMMT 17 Nerul
Nerul
Rly Stn (E) to Baman Dongri Rly Stn (Ulwe)

NMMT 18 Vashi
Vashi
Bus Stn to Ramshet Thakur Stadium (Ulwe)

NMMT 19 Kopar Khairane
Kopar Khairane
Bus Stn to CBD Belapur
CBD Belapur
Bus Stn Via Sarsole

NMMT 20 Ghansoli
Ghansoli
Depot to Nerul
Nerul
Sector 46/48

NMMT 21 Ghansoli
Ghansoli
Depot to Artist Colony (CBD) Via Nerul
Nerul
(E)

NMMT 22 Vashi
Vashi
Sector 06 Bus Stn to CBD Belapur
CBD Belapur
Bus Stn Via Nerul
Nerul
(W)

NMMT 23 CBD Belapur
CBD Belapur
Bus Stn to Ramshet Thakur Stadium (Ulwe)

NMMT 24 New Panvel
New Panvel
Rly Stn to Thane
Thane
Rly Stn (W)

NMMT 25 Artist Colony (CBD) to DY Patil College ( Nerul
Nerul
LP)

NMMT 27 Nerul
Nerul
Sector 46/48 to Thane
Thane
Rly Stn (W)

NMMT 29 CBD Belapur
CBD Belapur
Bus Stn to Thane
Thane
Rly Stn (W) Via Nerul
Nerul
(E)

NMMT 30 Kalamboli
Kalamboli
Bus Stn to Uran

NMMT 31 Kopar Khairane
Kopar Khairane
Bus Stn to Uran

NMMT 34 Jui Nagar Rly Stn (E) to Kopra Village (JNPT)

NMMT 38 CBD Belapur
CBD Belapur
Bus Stn to Nerul
Nerul
Rly Stn (E) Via Parsik Hill

NMMT 39 Ghansoli
Ghansoli
Depot to Uran

NMMT 41 Vashi
Vashi
Rly Stn to Dombivali Rly Stn (W) Via Turbhe
Turbhe
Naka

NMMT 42 Vashi
Vashi
Rly Stn to Dombivali Rly Stn (W) Via Kopar Khairane

NMMT 44 CBD Belapur
CBD Belapur
Rly Stn to Dombivali Rly Stn (W)

NMMT 45 CBD Belapur
CBD Belapur
Rly Stn to Vastu Vihar (Kharghar)

NMMT 46 Vashi
Vashi
Rly Stn to Badlapur
Badlapur
Fire Brigade Via Turbhe
Turbhe
Naka

NMMT 50 Kopar Khairane
Kopar Khairane
Bus Stn to Panvel
Panvel
Rly Stn

NMMT 52 CBD Belapur
CBD Belapur
Rly Stn to Pethali Village (Taloja) Via Kharghar

NMMT 53 Kharghar
Kharghar
Rly Stn to Kharghar
Kharghar
Sector 27

NMMT 54 Kharghar
Kharghar
Rly Stn to RAF Colony (Kharghar)

NMMT 55 Ghansoli
Ghansoli
Depot to Pethali Village (Taloja) Via Kharghar

NMMT 56 Mansarovar Rly Stn to Roadpali Via Kalamboli

NMMT 57 Mansarovar Rly Stn to Vichumbe Village (New Panvel) Via Khanda Colony

NMMT 59 New Panvel
New Panvel
Rly Stn to Usarli Khurd

NMMT 60 Vashi
Vashi
Bus Stn to Kalyan Rly Stn (W) Via Turbhe
Turbhe
Naka

NMMT 62 Vashi
Vashi
Rly Stn to Kalyan Rly Stn (W) Via Kopar Khairane

NMMT 71 CBD Belapur
CBD Belapur
Rly Stn to Kalyan Rly Stn (W) Via Taloja
Taloja
MIDC

NMMT 72 Panvel
Panvel
Rly Stn to Hikal Company

NMMT 75 Panvel
Panvel
Rly Stn to Sai Nagar

NMMT 76 Panvel
Panvel
Rly Stn to Karanjade Sector 06

NMMT 77 New Panvel
New Panvel
Rly Stn to Nere Village

NMMT 81 Vashi
Vashi
Bus Stn to Thane
Thane
Rly Stn (W) Via Mumbra

NMMT 83 Airoli
Airoli
Bus Stn to Thane
Thane
Rly Stn (W) Via Patni

NMMT 87 Panvel
Panvel
Rly Stn to Mumbra
Mumbra
Retibunder

NMMT 100 Vashi
Vashi
Rly Stn to Lokmanya Nagar (Thane) Via Mulund
Mulund
Gawanpada

NMMT 103 Panvel
Panvel
Rly Stn to Dadar
Dadar
(Hindmata)

NMMT 112 Nerul
Nerul
Bus Stn to Mulund
Mulund
Check Naka

NMMT 113 Patni Company to Mulund
Mulund
Gawanpada Via Airoli

NMMT 119 Airoli
Airoli
Bus Stn to Mantralaya

NMMT 121 Ghansoli
Ghansoli
Depot to Vasantrao Naik Chowk (Tardeo)

NMMT 144 Airoli
Airoli
Bus Stn to Andheri
Andheri
Rly Stn (E) Via Seepz

NMMT AC 62 Vashi
Vashi
Bus Stn to Vasant Valley Kalyan (W) Via Kopar Khairane

NMMT AC 103 Panvel
Panvel
Rly Stn to Dadar
Dadar
(Hindmata)

NMMT AC 105 CBD Belapur
CBD Belapur
Bus Stn to Bandra
Bandra
Bus Stn

NMMT AC 107 Nerul
Nerul
Sector 46/48 to World Trade Centre Via Eastern Freeway

NMMT AC 108 Nerul
Nerul
Sector 46/48 to World Trade Centre Via Eastern Freeway

NMMT AC 110 Jalvayu Vihar (Kharghar) to World Trade Centre Via Eastern Freeway

NMMT AC 121 Ghansoli
Ghansoli
Depot to Vasantrao Naik Chowk (Tardeo)

NMMT AC 123 Jalvayu Vihar (Kharghar) to Borivali
Borivali
Rly Stn (E)

NMMT AC 124 Nerul
Nerul
Sector 46/48 to Andheri
Andheri
Rly Stn (E) Via Ghatkopar

NMMT AC 125 Jalvayu Vihar (Kharghar) to Borivali
Borivali
Rly Stn (E) Via Eastern Express Highway

NMMT AC 131 Airoli
Airoli
Bus Stn to Borivali
Borivali
Rly Stn (E) Via Ghodbunder Road

BEST Routes in Navi Mumbai

BEST 501 Kurla
Kurla
Rly Stn (E) to Airoli
Airoli
Bus Stn

BEST 502 Tata Power Stn to Nerul
Nerul
Sector 46/48

BEST 504 Wadala
Wadala
Depot to Jalvayu Vihar (Kharghar)

BEST 505 Bandra
Bandra
Depot to CBD Belapur
CBD Belapur
Bus Stn

BEST 506 Jijamata Udyan (Byculla) to Nerul
Nerul
Bus Stn

BEST 507 Santacruz Rly Stn (E) to Nerul
Nerul
Bus Stn Via CSLR

BEST 511 Mulund
Mulund
(W) Check Naka Bus Stn to Nerul
Nerul
Bus Stn Via Ghatkopar

BEST 512 Mulund
Mulund
(W) Check Naka Bus Stn to Nerul
Nerul
Bus Stn

BEST 513 Gawanpada Mulund
Mulund
(E) to Vashi
Vashi
Rly Stn

BEST 517 Santacruz Rly Stn (E) to APMC Market (Turbhe)

BEST 521 Vasantrao Naik Chowk (Tardeo) to Ghansoli
Ghansoli
Gharonda

BEST 522 Marol
Marol
Depot to Vashi
Vashi
Rly Stn

BEST 523 Dindoshi Depot to Millenium Business Park (Mahape)

BEST 524 Borivali
Borivali
Rly Stn (E) to APMC Market (Turbhe)

BEST 525 Dindoshi Depot to APMC Market (Turbhe)

BEST 533 Andheri
Andheri
Rly Stn (W) to APMC Market (Turbhe)

BEST 545 Andheri
Andheri
Rly Stn (E) to Airoli
Airoli
Bus Stn

BEST C-50 World Trade Centre to Vashi
Vashi
Bus Stn Via Eastern Freeway

BEST C-53 Ghatkopar
Ghatkopar
Depot to Kalamboli
Kalamboli
Bus Stn

Auto rickshaws provide inter as well as intra nodal public transport across the city. Taxis operating from designated taxi stands provide the means to travel to further destinations. Taxis charge a fixed rate approved by the R.T.O. details of which can be found on popular local transit apps of the city.[26] Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
has the largest container terminal in India, Jawaharlal Nehru Port at Nhava Sheva
Nhava Sheva
near Uran.[27] It is well connected by road and rail, and handles approximately 56.13% of India's container traffic.[28][29] The Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport, 30 km away, is the nearest airport to the city. International Airport[edit] Main article: Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
International Airport The Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
International Airport[30] will be constructed in southern Panvel
Panvel
area near Ulwe. It will be built through Public Private Partnership (PPP), with private sector partners having 74% equity and the Airports Authority of India
Airports Authority of India
(AAI) and Government of Maharashtra
Maharashtra
(through CIDCO) each holding 13%. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has already given techno-feasibility clearance to the airport. The central government provided cabinet approval for the construction on 31 May 2007. While an opening date of 2020 has been mooted, as of March 2018, construction has yet to start.[31] Metro Rail[edit] Main article: Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
Metro The Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
Metro is an under construction rapid transit system in Navi Mumbai. A network of as many as six lines have been planned of which four lines will be constructed by CIDCO
CIDCO
in the Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
south region, the second and third line of the metro system will be constructed by NMMC and MMRDA respectively. The first line of the metro system is being constructed by CIDCO. This line includes three phases. In the first phase, the line will join the CBD Belapur
CBD Belapur
station on the Mumbai
Mumbai
suburban railway and Pendhar village. In the second phase, the line will join Taloja
Taloja
MIDC and Khandeshwar node (which will be extended to the Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
International Airport. And in the third phase, the line will link the Pendhar and Taloja
Taloja
MIDC metro stations. The first phase of the line 1 is slated to become operational by 2017 and CIDCO
CIDCO
has claimed to make the network of its four lines fully operational by 2019-2020 along with operationalisation of the city's International Airport. Infrastructure[edit] Basic infrastructure worth ₹40 billion (US$610 million) is already in place.[32] The city boasts a reliable supply of electricity from various sources, and excellent motoring conditions, with numerous flyovers, broad roads, and parking lots. The main problem which the residents face is poor connectivity with Mumbai, with only two road links between the two cities and a single rail line. A hovercraft service from Vashi
Vashi
to Colaba
Colaba
and the CBD to Colaba
Colaba
did not succeed due to the high cost of tickets and maintenance. Cidco is planning to relaunch its hovercraft service from Vashi, Belapur, Nerul, and Airoli to Gateway of India. Services[edit] There are adequate utility services, banks, restaurants, malls, multiplexes and other shops in Navi Mumbai. Vashi
Vashi
boasts several shopping malls such as Center One, Palm Beach Galleria, Citi Center, Raghuleela Mall and Inorbit Mall
Inorbit Mall
along with Seawoods
Seawoods
Grand Central in Seawoods
Seawoods
and Little World Mall and Glomax in Kharghar. Throughout Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
supermarkets and malls like Apna Bazaar, More, Spencer's, Reliance Fresh, Spinach, Daily bazar and Fairprice cater to the shopping needs of the residents. DMart has launched five hypermalls in Navi Mumbai. Leading banks such as the Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, South Indian Bank, State Bank of India, Union Bank, Saraswat Bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of Maharashtra, State Bank of Hyderabad, Citibank India, ICICI Bank, and HDFC Bank
HDFC Bank
have their branches and ATMs around Navi Mumbai. The Reserve Bank of India
Bank of India
has served the people of Navi Mumbai since 2001. Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
has some three- and five-star hotels. Commerce[edit]

Vashi
Vashi
station complex

Jawaharlal Nehru Port
Jawaharlal Nehru Port
Trust is the busiest port in India.

Belapur Railway Station

The Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
Special
Special
Economic Zone (SEZ) located in the nodes of Dronagiri and Kalamboli
Kalamboli
are planned to provide commercial growth and employment to the city. Positioned en route the proposed Navi Mumbai Airport, this megaproject has attracted investments of close to 40,000 crores.[citation needed] Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
is a new hub for newly incorporated companies & start ups to establish their base in Mumbai.[33] As per the list of newly incorporated companies in Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
around 500 new & startups companies were registered in and around the region every month Sports[edit]

The DY Patil International cricket Stadium in Nerul.

Cricket
Cricket
is the prevalent sport in the city. Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
has its own International Cricket
Cricket
Ground in Nerul
Nerul
called the DY Patil Stadium which hosts IPL T-20 matches, including hosting the 2008 and 2010 IPL finals. It is also the home ground for the Indian Super League football team Mumbai
Mumbai
City FC. Fr. Agnel Stadium in Vashi
Vashi
is the training ground of the team. Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
has an Olympic-size swimming pool at Nerul. CIDCO
CIDCO
has proposed two 18-hole golf course academies at Nerul
Nerul
and Kharghar. There are plans to have sports facilities in the proposed 80 hectare central park being developed in Kharghar. The CIDCO has also constructed an 11-hole golf course at Kharghar
Kharghar
in Central Park Kharghar. Education[edit] Main article: Schools and Colleges in Navi Mumbai Provision of schools and colleges was priority in the planning of Navi Mumbai. The nodes (townships) were designed to provide one primary school per 5,000 populations, one high school for 12,500 populations and one college for 50,000 population. Each of the nodes is self-sufficient in terms of providing quality education. Students are given access to various syllabi, including the State Education Board, CBSE and ICSE patterns. Other than this, CIDCO encouraged private institutions also. About 22.5% of the total population is considered to be school-going children. Most students attend school and college within their node (township). 76% of the students walk to their school or college, 12% use public transport, 10% use bicycles and only 2% travel by school bus. A number of premier schools and colleges have been set up in Navi Mumbai. And not just local students, but students from Mumbai
Mumbai
and even outside come to Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
in their quest for quality education. No wonder, Navi Mumbai
Mumbai
is soon acquiring the title of educational hub.[34] St. Augustines High School is one of the oldest schools in the city.

D.A.V Public School, Nerul Reliance Foundation School,Koparkhairane Kendriya Vidyalaya,Ongc,Panvel Delhi
Delhi
Public School, Nerul Don Bosco Senior Secondary School, Nerul St. Xaviers High School, Nerul National Institute of Fashion Technology Ryan International Schools Apeejay School, Nerul Apeejay School, Kharghar Avalon Heights International School Fr. Agnel Multipurpose School and Junior College New Horizon Scholars School, Airoli D.A.V Public School, Airoli IIM Indore
Indore
( Mumbai
Mumbai
Campus)

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