Anticipated to revolutionize travel between Mumbai and Pune, the Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) is set to commence operations on December 25th, promising commuters a swift journey of just 90 minutes between these two bustling cities. This transformative project is expected to redefine the travel experience for thousands of daily commuters.
The MTHL aims to slash the commuting time between Lonavala, Khandala, and Mumbai by an impressive 90 minutes, providing a significant time-saving alternative for those navigating this well-traveled route regularly.
The narrow roads in the Nhava Sheva area of Navi Mumbai often experience traffic congestion during peak hours, causing delays of up to 45 minutes for vehicles. The MTHL offers a strategic solution with a short 1.5 km detour, allowing vehicles to circumvent these congested areas and enjoy a smoother, more time-efficient journey.
Frequent travelers to Pune typically follow the route involving P D’Mello Road, Freeway, Sion, Panvel Expressway, and Mumbai-Pune Expressway. However, with the advent of the MTHL, commuters can now consider a more efficient path: P D’Mello Road-Freeway (exit before Sewri)-MTHL, linking seamlessly to the Mumbai-Pune Expressway via Chirle and passing through the under-construction Navi Mumbai International Airport route.
This alternative route is poised to streamline travel, offering a more effective and time-efficient option for those journeying between Mumbai and Pune. As the MTHL becomes operational, commuters can look forward to a paradigm shift in their daily travel experience.