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Proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA) is the world’s largest ”greenfield” state-of-the-art international airports and will have a 10-lane approach road to its terminal building flanked by its two runways catering to 10 million passengers per annum in the first phase and 60 million once it goes full stream by 2030
The Navi Mumbai Airport Influence Notified Area (NAINA), falls mainly within 25 Km radial distance of the proposed International Airport estimated to be around 550-600 sq.km and consist of 270 villages in the six talukas of Thane, Uran, Karjat, Pen, Khalapur and Panvel of Thane and Raigad districts.
CIDCO has been appointed as Special Planning Authority to have planned and controlled development for the said notified area (NAINA).
The Navi Mumbai International Airport has a huge employment generation potential with boost to industrial development along the belt which will further be aided by widely spread residential zones especially in the peripheral of Panvel with CIDCO as planning and development authority.
Palm Beach Road, a beautiful 10 km-long and currently 6-lane internal expressway connecting Belapur to Vashi is state-of-the-art coastal expressway hailed as the Queen\'s Necklace of Navi Mumbai, crossing 7 nodes and extends till Airoli –the northern tip of Navi Mumbai and is also proposed to be widened to 8 lanes.
Proposed 140km corridor between Virar and Alibaug will reduce the long commute time by 50% to barely 75 min.
Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL), also known as Sewri-Nhava Sheva Trans Harbour Link, will be a 22 km,6 lane highway 27 meters in width, freeway grade road bridge connecting the Indian city of Mumbai with Navi Mumbai and will be longest sea bridge in India.
Navi Mumbai boasts the most advanced port in India, Jawaharlal Nehru port at Nhava Sheva near Uran which is well connected with road, and handles approximately 65% of India\'s container traffic.
The city of Navi-Mumbai, which spreads over Thane and Raigad districts of Maharashtra, stretches from Airoli in the north to Uran in the south, with a total area of 344 sq km. Vashi and Airoli Bridges connect Navi-Mumbai to Mumbai.
The fourteen nodes of Navi-Mumbai are Airoli, Ghansoli, Kopar Khairane, Vashi, Sanpada, Nerul, CBD Belapur, Kharghar, Kalamboli, Jui Kamothe, New Panvel, Ulwe, Pushpak and Dronagiri. Vashi and Nerul are the most developed nodes, known respectively as ‘the king’ and ‘the queen’ of Navi-Mumbai.
As per provisional reports of Census India, population of Navi Mumbai in 2011 is 1,119,477; its urban / metropolitan population is 18,414,288.
Proposed 140km corridor between Virar and Alibaug will reduce the long commute time by 50% to barely 75 min.

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