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Satis Project Thane

Patience has finally paid off for Thanekars. After a wait of more than two and a half years the Station Area Traffic Improvement Scheme (SATIS) flyover named after Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar was partially thrown open for use on August 22. The flyover was formally inaugurated by Uddhav Thackeray, Executive President, Shiv Sena.

“The idea was to decongest the traffic on the road surface due to the presence of the private vehicles, ST buses and the TMT buses. Now the upper deck will be used only for ST and TMT buses and the ground surface will be for private vehicles,” said Former Mayor Rajan Vichare, in whose chairmanship the project was sanctioned in the General Body Meting of Thane Municipal Corporation.

It is the first project of such type in India which can give relief to more than 6 lakh commuters of Thane railway station. It is being believed that the continuous follow up by Mr Rajan Vichare to railways for several permissions could bring the project at this level.

 

The SATIS project comprises a skywalk with two ends, one near the ST depot and the other at the Gokhale road. Another portion of the SATIS comprises a flyover with one way route starts from the ST depot and passes through the station premises in two ways. One route heads towards Dada Patil road and the other route leads to Talaopali near Shivaji Maidan (Jambhli Naka). The project also provides for a deck for buses and a concourse that makes way for the public using the station premises.

Currently the route towards Dada Patil road has been opened for TMT and ST buses. As a result the buses route like Wagle Estate, Kisan Nagar, Shivai Nagar which pass from Naupada will now pass through the Satis portion at Dada Patil road. The other buses like Pokhran road number 2, Pawar Nagar which pass through Talaopali road will be allowed to use the SATIS portion in a fortnight when the remaining work on the flyover near the Talaopali is completed.

The skywalk towards ST depot has also been opened while the other part of the skywalk from station to Gokhale road is yet to be completed.
  
Constructed at a cost of Rs 32 crores, the work on the project began in April 2007. The project could not be completed on its original deadline of September 2008 due to various procedural delays from government agencies. However, it is now opened for people to ease the traffic woes. 

 

SATIS OVERVIEW

 
 
Project details of SATIS
  • Thane Traffic survey: 2004
  • Permission granted from General Body of TMC: 16.6.2004
  • Agreement with Central Railway: 08.2.2006
  • Approval from Central Government under the JNNURM scheme: 8.12.2006
  • Tenders accepted on: 12.12.2006
  • Tenders amounting: Rs 29.36 cores
  • Work orders given: 9.03.2007
  • Work to be completed on: 08.09.2008
  • Permission received from Railways for works to be completed in railway premises: 16.1.2008
  • Plot belonging to Central railway came under the possession of TMC in phases: 16.08.2008
  • Work completed: 22.08.2009
 
Who will use upper deck of SATIS
 

TMT and ST buses (55.50 metres in length, 27.20 metres wide, total area 1510 square metres)

 
Who will use the concourse area of SATIS:
 
Commuters (Area 1200 square metres)
 
Who will use skywalk
 
Pedestrians
 

SATIS flyover: 860 metres in length, Width 6.50 metres

Gokhale road skywalk: 225 meters in length, Width 2.75 metres

Ashok Talkies skywalk: 175 metres in length , Width 2.75 metres

 
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