A Marvel of Engineering Excellence

 Introduction to Atal Setu" Discover India's latest infrastructural marvel - Atal Setu, the longest sea bridge in the country, inaugurated on January 12, 2024.

Engineering Feat: Atal Setu  Spanning a staggering 21.8 km, with 16.5 km over the sea, Atal Setu boasts six lanes, promising improved connectivity and mobility for millions.

Public Commute Expectations With expectations of over 70,000 vehicles daily, Atal Setu promises to revolutionize commuting between Mumbai and Navi Mumbai, reducing travel time significantly.

Infrastructural Milestones Prime Minister Narendra Modi hails Atal Setu as a testament to India's infrastructural prowess, showcasing the nation's commitment to progress.

Employment and Economic Impact Atal Setu's construction provided employment opportunities for thousands, signaling not just infrastructural development but also economic growth.

Vision for Mobility The inauguration of Atal Setu aligns with the government's vision to enhance ease of mobility, connecting major cities and ports for seamless travel.

Timely Completion Despite disruptions caused by the pandemic, Atal Setu was completed on time, a testament to the resilience and dedication of the project team.

International Collaboration Acknowledging the efforts of late Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, whose support was instrumental in completing this ambitious project.

Future Prospects As Atal Setu opens new avenues of connectivity, it sets the stage for further infrastructural developments, promising a brighter, more connected future for India