Around 52 percent of the work on the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) is complete, Free Press Journal has reported.
Of the proposed 21.8 km span length, 6.34 km has been completed.
The 58 percent of financial expenditure has been attained in the project so far. A total of 8,189 staff and labourers are working on the project, the report said citing data from Maharashtra minister Eknath Shinde's Public Relation Office (PRO).
While 205 have been constructed on the right side, 211 pillars have been constructed on the left side of the main bridge, the report said. There are 133 and 128 pillars built on the left and right sides, respectively.