India's longest sea bridge opened in Mumbai

NEW DELHI: India's longest sea bridge known as the Atal Setu was inaugurated on Friday, officials said.

The 21.8 km long six-lane bridge, also known as the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link, connects south Mumbai with Nhava-Sheva in Navi Mumbai.

"It will provide faster connectivity to Mumbai International Airport and Navi Mumbai International Airport and will also reduce the travel time from Mumbai to Pune, Goa and South India," India's Press Information Bureau said.

Reports said the speed limit for four-wheelers will be 100 kmph. Two-wheelers, auto rickshaws, tractors, animal-drawn vehicles and slow-moving vehicles will not be allowed on the bridge. - Xinhua
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