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Roads/Highways/Bridges | October 17, 2013
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Cracks appear in Dindoshi bridge in Mumbai

In Mumai, the 13-year-old Dindoshi flyover was supposed to have been sturdy for 50 years. But by 13 years itself, cracks and damage show the sorry state of one of the busiest bridges in western suburb. The Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) said that as a thumb rule, a flyover is constructed with a minimum lifespan of 50 years while the maximum can even cross 100 years.


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