Brace for a long, bumpy and dangerous ride on the 26-kilometer Western Express Highway that is now dotted with craters more than ever.
We will layer the affected stretch with tar once we get a dry spell," said MMRDA spokesperson Dilip Kawathkar.
"It's appalling that potholes on the entire highway have been accepted as a yearly feature.
The stretch between Dahisar and Andheri is the lookout of the MMRDA while that between Andheri and Bandra is with the PWD.
The potholes that have begun appearing after the heavy spell of rains have not only begun causing traffic snarls at several stretches, but have also become a potential threat for two-wheelers.
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