The Versova-Bandra Sealink is located along Mumbai’s west coast and upon completion will connect the neighbourhoods of Bandra, Otter, Juhu and Versova. The main bridge section features a 300m-long cable-stayed span and three cantilever spans of variable lengths. Once complete, it will carry four lanes of traffic in each direction.

Construction started in 2019 and, while the project was originally expected to be finished in December 2026, the completion deadline has now been extended to May 2028.

According to local news, barges have been positioned at 10 different locations to facilitate the transportation of materials, machinery and staff to the site. A specially designed barge that carries a floating concrete factory, mixing plant, pump, and a separate placing boom has been deployed to accelerate construction.

A joint venture comprising APCO Infratech and Webuild is building the bridge for the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation. The engineering design for the crossing was carried out by Dar Al-Handasah.