Residents of Mulund can expect decreased commute time to the area’s railway station as the BMC has started work to connect Mulund railway station and the Eastern Expressway with a new link road. Its construction is likely to be completed by the beginning of next year.According to an official from the BMC’s roads department, there is only one road — Navghar Road — at present, which can be used to go towards Mulund railway station from the Eastern Expressway.The new link road will ease traffic on Navghar Road and will also save time for motorists.The official added that the new link road will help vehicles to take a left turn before Navghar Road near Chindi Bazar and will connect Vidyalaya Road for Mulund Railway station. The length of the new link road will be around180 metre.”The work of the missing link will be completed by the start of the new year,” said Kishore Gandhi, assistant commissioner of BMC’s T ward.One more link will be connected with the Eastern Expressway however that still needs environment clearances. “The land for this falls under the salt pan and this will take time to get clearances,” said the official from the roads department.
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