The Andheri Flyover Project aims at creating a ‘new highway’ for people and cars without altering the area of the road currently in use.

The 3 junctions at Andheri on the Western Express Highway have a 1.2 km long 8 lane flyover built over them in 2002. The underside of the Andheri Flyover is presently unutilised due to its column and beam structure. The Andheri Flyover Project frees up this unutilised 6.5 acres in the form of boulevards on either side of the road with 4 lane underpasses created beneath each boulevard completely transforming the highway.

Intersection widths would now be reduced to manageable 30m from the current 60m, and there would be complete visibility established across the road due to the removal of the flyover.

Further, the external lanes at grade could be dedicated as bus lanes and the bus stops would be inset within the boulevard to ensure free flow of traffic.

Solar power & rain water harvesting could be incorporated in the project making it a very sustainable project.

The promenades encourage community activities, leisure, public art, sporting activities, local markets, etc. needed by the neighbourhood.

Programme: Urban Planning | Public Space

Scale: 6.5 Acres

Year: 2015

Team: Abraham John, Alan Abraham, Anca Florescu, Neha Gupta

Location: Mumbai

Status: Proposed