Vasai is more accessible than ever due to the infrastructure boom

Not too long ago, Vasai was a quiet suburb. Today, it’s the residential belt with the fastest rate of growth. Vasai’s improved social and infrastructure development has made it a major entry point to Mumbai. Numerous noteworthy developments in both small and large-scale infrastructure have made it possible for Vasai to be seamlessly integrated into the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). Alongside existing transportation infrastructure, new road networks have accelerated economic expansion. Vasai is becoming a popular destination for both investors and homeowners due to the abundance of new residential and commercial options brought about by this improved connectivity. Vasai’s long coastline soothes the soul, its verdant parks, hillsides, and gardens provide a respite from the bustle of the city, and its mediaeval forts attest to its strategic significance and rich past.

Vasai has become a popular location for investors and homeowners alike as cutting-edge building technology and sustainable design aspects find their way into residential complexes, promising higher returns on investment and an improved quality of life. The central and western lines of the Mumbai suburban railway network serve Vasai, which is governed by the Vasai-Virar Municipal Corporation (VVCMC). Virar, Nallasopara, Vasai Road, Naigaon, Juchandra, and Kaman Road are just a few of the stations along these lines. Within the VVCMC area, regular buses operated by Vasai-Virar Municipal Transport (VVMT) are accessible. Through the services of Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (ST) and Thane Municipal Transport (TMT), the VVCMC region is also well-connected to Thane. Vasai is now more accessible than ever because to better infrastructure, which may allow daily commuters from places like Dahanu, Vapi, Valsad, Umargaon, and Silvasa to make it their permanent home.

Source – Construction Week

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