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MMRDA’s Urban Transformation Summit-Maharashtra tastes success

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Mumbai, India: The Urban Transformation Summit was a complete success on every front, accomplishing the conclave of eminent personalities that are celebrated across the nation for their distinct contributions. The Urban Transformation Summit-Maharashtra was organized by MMRDA with the goal of addressing the diverse challenges in the aspect of urban development.
The esteemed panellists generously shared their expertise and unique perspectives in the dedicated discussions of their plenary sessions. Their innovative inputs and recommendations will be fundamental to the MMRDA’s strategic actions for the implementation of sustainable urban development in the future.
The esteemed panellists and industry experts that have graced the summit with their presence are Shri BVR Subrahmanyam, CEO of NITI Aayog as the Session Chair, Shri Praveen Pardeshi, CEO of MITRA, Dr Nitin Kareer, Additional Chief Secretary, Finance Department, GoM, Shri Aseem Kumar Gupta, Principal Secretary, 1 – Urban Development Department, GoM, Dr Sanjay Mukherjee, Metropolitan Commissioner, MMRDA, Shri Hafeez Contractor, Renowned Architect, Shri Narinder Nayar, Chairman, Mumbai First, Dr Bhushan Gagrani, Additional Chief Secretary to Chief Minister, GoM, Shri Rajiv Jalota, Chairman, Mumbai Port Authority, Shri Vivek Phansalkar, Commissioner of Police, Greater Mumbai, Shri. Vikas Chandra Rastogi, Principal Secretary, Higher and Technical Education Department, GoM, Shri Asheesh Sharma, Commissioner of State Tax, Goods & Services Tax Department, Maharashtra, & Principal Secretary, Dy. Chief Minister, Smt Sujata Saunik, Additional Chief Secretary, Home Department, GoM, Shri Pravin Padwal, Jt. Commissioner of Police (Traffic), Greater Mumbai, Ms Anna Roy, Sr. Advisor, NITI Aayog, Smt Valsa Nair–Singh, Additional Chief Secretary, Housing Department, GoM, Shri Ashwin A Mudgal, Additional Metropolitan Commissioner, MMRDA, Shri Niranjan Hiranandani, Chairman, NAREDCO, Shri Pankaj Gadgil, Managing Director & CEO, ABHFL, Shri VT Subramanian, Executive Director (P), Mumbai Regional Office, HUDCO, Shri Puneet Chhatwal, CEO of Taj Hotels, Resorts, and Palaces; and MD & CEO at Indian Hotels Company Limited, Shri Ridham Desai, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley, India, Shri R Shankar Raman, Whole Time Director & CFO, L & T, and Shri Ashish Hemrajani, Founder & CEO, BookMyShow.
The summit was divided into five plenary sessions, each with its own unique set of focus areas and esteemed panellists who are key decision-makers, industry partners, and essential players in various sectors.  The concluding session ended the summit with the release of the video film titled “Rebooting Mumbai, Reshaping MMR.” The video film emphasized the vision of MMRDA in redefining the infrastructure of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, with keen attention to the well-being of the citizens. The multi-dimensional approach of the summit and the insightful opinions of eminent personalities have reinforced the glorious future of the MMR.
Dr Sanjay Mukherjee, IAS, Metropolitan Commissioner, MMRDA said “The developments that have been achieved over the years speak volumes about the prowess of MMRDA in redefining the infrastructure of the MMR. MMRDA’s plan for the development of the 337 km network for Metro Services will earn us the immense pride of establishing the largest metro network in the world upon its completion. Our innovative approaches continue to elevate connectivity between the five districts of the MMR, whereas the MTHL will soon become the longest sea bridge in India interlinking two major cities. Moreover, the seven growth centres offer a promising new direction for the decongestion of traffic in the MMR, in addition to gifting the development of new sub-urban regions. Imbued with sustainability and innovation, our mindful approaches are making the lives of people better with every single step. Hence, it was a huge privilege for us to demonstrate MMRDA’s unwavering commitment to the residents of the MMR, and we thank ET for granting an enormous platform for this noble cause.”
Shri BVR Subrahmanyam, CEO of NITI Aayog added “The ever-growing significance of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region necessitates the pursuit of prospective economic and infrastructural planning. In this way, the infrastructural projects can be incorporated with a futuristic vision, thereby aiding the progressive and sustainable development of the region in posterity. It is clear that MMRDA understands this unique requirement, which ensures that the future of the MMR is in good hands.”
Dr Shrikant Shinde, Member of Parliament, said “The Government of Maharashtra has always been more invested in improving the transportation infrastructure of Maharashtra, and MMRDA is incorporating our vision across the MMR. With a variety of innovative infrastructural projects like the Nagpur Mumbai Express Highway, MTHL, Coastal Roads, and the extensive network of Metro services, it is safe to say that Maharashtra is leading the nation in terms of urban development. Each one of these projects will cater to the growing need for transportation, in addition to decongesting the roadways and reducing travel distances. So, I firmly believe that the outcomes of this summit will positively impact the urban development directives that are already in motion across the whole state.”
Hon’ble Chief Minister of Maharashtra Shri Eknath Shinde expressed “Maharashtra is leading the nation in terms of enforcing sustainable urban development with the Mumbai Metropolitan Region as its crown jewel. MMRDA and GoM have a unified vision for promoting economic growth across the state by strategically navigating critical factors like urbanization, infrastructure, and sustainability. So, I would like to congratulate MMRDA for the monumental success of the Urban Transformation Summit-Maharashtra, as it welcomed many experts and industry leaders to gift their unique perspectives on the versatile challenges of urbanization. My sincere thanks to every participant of the summit, as your innovative inputs have paved the way for Maharashtra’s bright future.”

 

 

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