June 26, 2022

Colaba Causeway

Colaba Causeway

Weather : 31° C

Time Required : 2-3 hrs.

Entry Fee : No entry fee

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Colaba Causeway, Mumbai Overview

The Colaba Causeway is a coastal road in Mumbai, India. It is the main thoroughfare on the western side of Mumbai Harbour and extends from Nariman Point in the north to Chowpatty in the south. The causeway was completed by 1811 at a cost of 250,000 rupees ($5 million) and stretches 4.48 km (2.81 mi).
The Colaba Causeway has three lanes in each direction. The westernmost lane is the most important one, being used as an access road to the Nariman Point area from south Mumbai. The middle lane is used by the public to access the western end of the causeway as well as for vehicles negotiating through the arch of St. Thomas’ Cathedral. The easternmost lane is reserved for private vehicles heading down to Chowpatty beach, a popular summer vacation spot for local residents and tourists alike.

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