The Bandra Worli Sea Link, officially known as Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link, is a link stayed connect with pre-focused on solid steel viaducts on either side that connections Worli in South Mumbai with Bandra in the Western Part of Mumbai.
For finishing, it took a total of 2,57,00,000 man hours and furthermore weights as much as 50,000 African elephants. A architecture wonder and true engineering.
The Rs 16 billion (US$250 million) connect was dispatched by the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC), and worked by the Hindustan Construction Company. The initial four of the eight paths of the scaffold were opened to general society on 30 June 2009. Every one of the eight paths were opened on 24 March 2010.
The ocean-connect diminishes travel time amongst Bandra and Worli amid top hours from 60-a hour and a half to 20-30 minutes. As of October 2009, BWSL had a normal day by day activity of around 37,500 vehicles.
The aggregate weight of the ocean connect is proportional to 50,000 African elephants. In every one of the 90,000 tons of bond has been utilized which could without much of a stretch develop five structures of 10 stories each.
The stature of the Bandra-Worli ocean interface is 63 times the tallness of Qutub Minar. Steel link has been utilized for supporting the different structures of extension. Steel wire utilized as a part of the extension is proportional to the aggregate perimeter of the earth.