The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has awarded two contracts covering 11 of the 22 stations on the 23.6km Metro-2B corridor for a total of US$1.7 billion; and five contracts for the viaduct works and stations on the 32.3km Metro-4 corridor, at a total value of US$2.2 billion.

The viaducts and 32 stations on the Metro-4 corridor will be built under five packages, with a consortium of Reliance Infrastructure and Astaldi winning three and the other two awarded to a consortium of Tata Project and China Harbour Engineering.

A consortium MBZ and RCC has been appointed for six stations of the Metro 2-B corridor while a team of GGYHBCL, Neeraj Cement Structural and MPKHS has been awarded the contract for five.