The NSW Government has given infrastructure priority to the need for a second Echuca-Moama bridge.October 4, 2012 10:32am
A second Murray River bridge crossing at Echuca-Moama has been flagged as a priority on the NSW Government’s infrastructure priority list.
Member for Murray-Darling John Williams yesterday made an announcement a second bridge at Echuca-Moama would be one of three key bridges in his electorate to be included in the NSW Government’s Bridges for the Bush infrastructure program.
Mr Williams said he was happy to see the projects get the green light as part of the Bridges for the Bush project, which involves replacing or upgrading five key priority higher mass limit deficient bridges on NSW state-managed roads and 12 timber truss bridges on state, regional and local roads.
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