Rising Above The Fray: Pedestrian Skyways In Mumbai

Rising Above The Fray: Pedestrian Skyways In Mumbai
Design

An innovative solution to the extreme congestion in Mumbai is being rolled out.

Dan Gould
  • 26 january 2010

Fast Company reports that an innovative solution to the extreme congestion in Mumbai is being rolled out. Bypassing the overcrowded sidewalks and roads, city planners have devised a system of skyways that allow pedestrians to travel along elevated paths, twenty feet above the fray. One has been completed, and the city plans on building a total of 49. The $300 million cost of the project will be offset by the sale of ad space along the bridges.

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