AIM: Developing water based public transport system on Western water front of Mumbai An inter‐modal facility, to save up time of the user Reducing the load on other transit infrastructure options available in the city.

Architect: Hrishikesh Borse
Location: Mumbai
Country: India
Status: Concept

OBJECTIVE: Designing a prototype for water port terminal which will be an option open to public for transit in the city Inland passenger water transport facility which will provide the user with various options to navigate to his destination Terminal with world class facilities such as hyper market, cafeteria, meeting points,

Restaurants etc. for commuters to shop and unwind An Eco‐based design which also will make people aware of requirement of sustainable green spaces in the city The project aims at cheaper and faster mode of transport with better fuel conservation and reduced pollution loads The project aims at up‐gradation of socio‐economic condition within the site areas by addition of infrastructural facilities such as roads, communication, transport, power, shops and establishments, etc.

 

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