Vashi Bridge

The Vashi Bridge, (also the Mankhurd-Vashi Bridge), is a bridge, built across the Thane Creek that connects the city of Mumbai (Bombay) to the Indian mainland at Navi Mumbai (New Bombay). The bridge links the suburb of Mankhurd in Mumbai with Vashi in Navi Mumbai, the satellite city of Mumbai. The bridge is one of the four entry points into Mumbai, and handles traffic directed towards the regions to the south and east of Mumbai. The modern bridge was built in the 1970s [1] to help populate the newly developed Navi Mumbai.

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