The Worli Sealink bridge is a massive 6km long span in Mumbai, India. Costing $290 million dollars to build, it provides quick and easy movement for a select few that can afford the toll, which is more than a days wage for the majority of Mumbai residents. The bridge is also closed to pedestrians, cyclists, and anyone who doesn't have a car or truck.
Photo ID: Brett-Cole-India-01802
Photo size: 21.0 Mpixels (60.2 MB uncompressed) - 3744x5616 pixels (12.4x18.7 in / 31.7x47.5 cm at 300 ppi)
Photo keywords: ambassador, bridge, car, cloud, conservation, electricity, energy, environment, India, Mumbai, Sealink, taxi, truck, wire, Worli
Published in: Mumbai (Bombay)