Warren Street starting to take shape
Work to build a second Murray River crossing to connect Echuca and Moama is progressing well.
We’re mid-way through the second stage of the four-stage project, which has involved a lot of heavy lifting for the four new flood relief bridges on Warren Street in Echuca.
We’ve now completed the installation of 276 concrete piles at all four bridges and lifted all 144 bridge beams into place.
Work is also underway to build the new roundabout, service roads and a new shared walking and cycling path.
Currently, around 20,000 people use the existing bridge each day. Once complete, the new second bridge is expected to reduce this volume by 40%.
This is the largest transport infrastructure project in northern Victoria, making it an exciting investment for both locals and the many tourists who visit the area.
Watch the video below for more information or visit the Echuca-Moama Bridge project page.
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