Vision Statement : Transforming Mumbai into a World Class city with a Vibrant Economy and
Globally Comparable Quality of Life for its Citizens.
Environment Management::
MTSU has undertaken a study through NEERI to address environmental constraints through mitigation and adaptation strategies.
Concept Plan for MMR::
Prepare a plan with a view to integrating the various towns and cities to promote balanced development of the region.
Benchmark study for traffic on Bandra-Worli Sea-Link and user count for Skywalks:
Benchmark study of traffic on Bandra-Worli SeaLink and user count for Skywalks at Bandra (East) and Kanjur Marg.
Housing sector initiatives:
MTSU has conducted a detailed house-to-house socio-economic survey of over 10,000 houses in BDD Chawls.
Core Group on Housing Issues:
Government of Maharashtra has set up a Core Group to deal with the housing issues under the Mumbai Transformation Process.
Study groups to examine problems of large infrastructure projects in Mumbai:
Government of Maharashtra has set up a Study Group to examine the problems of large infrastructure projects in Mumbai.
Redevelopment of Nariman Point Area:
Government of Maharashtra has set up a Study Group to finalise the plan for redevelopment of Nariman Point area
Introduction of point-to-point A.C.Bus Services in MMR:
Introduction of point-to-point A.C.Bus Services in MMR. For details please visit
Works done by MTSU till date:
Mumbai Transformation Support Unit (MTSU) was set up in June, 2005 as an initiative of the World Bank, Cities Alliance and
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Mumbai Transformation Support Unit

The Mumbai Transformation Support Unit (MTSU), anchored by the All India Institute of Local Self-Government (AIILSG), was set up as per a tripartite agreement with the Government of Maharashtra and the World Bank-Cities Alliance in 2005. As an initiative to facilitate the process of Mumbai's transformation, its mandates are advising on, co-coordinating and monitoring projects undertaken by the city agencies.

MTSU’s focus areas are physical and social infrastructure, environment, housing, governance, strategic planning and economic growth. Its huge canvas therefore encompasses projects ranging from slum rehabilitation to rent control, from the Navi Mumbai airport to the Wadala truck terminal, from MUIP to MUTP, from health to education, from sanitation to beautification. It seeks to set the wheels in motion to reform and transform Mumbai into a city we can all be proud of.



 Mumbai Transformation's Featured Projects

Project Name : Dharavi Redevelopment Project
Key Features : Improving the standards of living for the people of Dharavi
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Project Name : Fleet Taxi Scheme
Key Features : Approved by State transport Authority - Scheme agreed by in principle Chief Minister on 2ns June 2006
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 Prime Minister's Statement

When we talk of a resurgent Asia, people think of the great changes that have come about in Shanghai. But we can transform Mumbai in the next five years in such a manner that people will forget about Shanghai and Mumbai will become a talking point."

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