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CST Bridge Collapse: Here’s the Alternate Route Commuters Can Take

The bridge connecting the area near The Times of India building with the iconic CSMT station collapsed on Thursday.

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CST Bridge Collapse: Here’s the Alternate Route Commuters Can Take
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The traffic police have stopped movement of vehicles on a key road near the foot overbridge (FOB) which partially collapsed on Thursday evening, 14 March.

The bridge connected the area near The Times of India building with the iconic Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, (CSMT) station.

In view of the collapse of The Times of India FOB, traffic is being closed on both sides between CST junction and JJ flyover till further orders.

Commuters are advised to use the Mahapalika Marg from CST to metro junction and ahead towards Princess Street flyover-Crawford Market-Chakala and Mohammed Ali Road.

Commuters coming from JJ flyover may take a right turn towards Crawford Market-metro junction-CST, and/or take a left turn at Nesbit junction and move further to PD Mellow Road-Avatar Singh Bedi Chowk to CST-lion Gate, regal junction and further, he said.

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