The Bandra–Worli Sea Link is a cable-stayed bridge with pre-harassed concrete-steel viaducts on either aspect that links Bandra inside the Western Suburbs of Mumbai with Worli in South Mumbai. The bridge is part of the proposed Western Freeway so as to link the Western Suburbs to Nariman Point in Mumbai's main enterprise district. The sixteen billion bridge became commissioned via the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation, and constructed with the aid of the Hindustan Construction Company.
The first four of the eight lanes of the bridge had been opened to the general public on 30 June 2009. All 8 lanes have been opened on 24 March 2010. The sea-link reduces travel time among Bandra and Worli at some point of height hours from 20-half-hour to ten minutes. As of October 2009, BWSL had a mean day by day visitors of round 37,500 vehicles. Mahim Causeway changed into the handiest street connecting the western suburbs to Mumbai's important commercial enterprise district. This north-southwestern hall became a bottleneck and was fairly congested at top hours.