As part of the largest infrastructure project in northern Victoria, we’re building a second Murray River crossing to connect Echuca and Moama to make it quicker and easier for you to travel across the Campaspe and Murray Rivers.

Warren Street partially open

On Monday 29 July, we opened the section of road between Murray Valley Highway and the new roundabout near Campaspe Esplanade, providing local residents, businesses and visitors to the Echuca Cemetery with a more direct route.

All 144 beams have been lifted into place on the flood relief bridges and new bridge rails have been installed. We’ve also laid asphalt along Warren Street, from the Murray Valley Highway to the new roundabout near Campaspe Esplanade.

While the new service roads are open, the final asphalt surface won’t be laid until later in the year when weather conditions are more favourable.

The section of Warren Street between the new roundabout and Bolton Street will remain closed until its planned completion in late 2019 when it will fully reopen to traffic.

Local schools partnership

Over the past 12 months, we’re proud to have continued our involvement with local schools to help bring parts of their curriculum to life.

So far in 2019, we're partnered with St Joseph’s College, Echuca East Primary School and Shepparton’s Goulburn Valley Grammar School.

Students have been gaining valuable insight into this once-in-a-generation infrastructure project, and how the various environmental, sustainability, engineering, community and construction considerations are managed.

Update on Stage 3

Construction on the vital second river crossing, which will better link Victoria and NSW, is now a step closer after we received tenders from three shortlisted contractors.

We’re now going through an extensive review process, with an announcement about the successful contractor expected in late 2019.

If your business is interested in supplying services to the Echuca-Moama Bridge Project, you can formally register your interest via the Industry Capability Network Victoria (ICN) Gateway process.

The purpose of the ICN Gateway is to encourage established, capable, competent, competitive and qualified suppliers to register their interest in supplying services or materials to the contractor that will be engaged by Major Roads Projects Victoria to deliver Stage 3 of the Echuca-Moama Bridge Project.

To register, please visit the ICN Gateway website.

Community update

For more information about what we've been up to see our latest community update:

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