In the city of Mumbai, Prime Minister Modi officially opened the Atal Setu, which is the longest sea bridge in India.

 The bridge, named after former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, is 21.8 kilometers long and connects Mumbai International Airport and Navi Mumbai International Airport.

Modi opens India's longest sea bridge, Atal Setu, in Mumbai. Bridge reduces travel time to Pune, Goa, and South India.

The Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL), also known as the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Seva-Nava Sheva Link, will be constructed to improve urban transport infrastructure.

The bridge will connect Mumbai International Airport and the Mumbai International Seaport, saving travel time from Mumbai to Pune, Goa, and South India.

Passengers travelling in private cars will pay a toll of 250 Taka for round trip journeys, and daily or monthly passes will be provided for frequent travellers.

The naval base in Mumbai will be constructed near Mumbai airport to facilitate efficient operations.

The journey time between the Bandra-Worli Sea Link and the Gateway of India in Mumbai is approximately 2 hours, with a travel time of around 20-30 minutes.

The Mumbai traffic police have issued traffic guidelines to restrict the maximum speed limit to 100 kilometres per hour for four-wheeled vehicles.

400 cameras equipped with AI-based sensors will be used to collect traffic congestion information, saving time during the journey.