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Riviere Mitant Bridge Collapses

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The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Transport wishes to inform the general and motoring public that the Riviere Mitant Bridge (Near Valerie Lorde Avenue) has collapsed.

As a result, motorists travelling from Desrameaux wishing to access Riviere Mitant beyond the bridge are to utilise the Monchy-Desrameaux Main Road.

Likewise, Motorists travelling from La Feuillet/ Riviere Mitant wishing to access areas beyond Valerie Lorde Avenue, are to utilise the Monchy- Desrameaux Main Road.

Pedestrians are urged to exercise caution when traversing the area.

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The adverse weather conditions and associated flooding of November 6th 2022, further compromised the Riviere Mitant Bridge.

However, plans were already afoot for a complete rehabilitation of the structure, and a contract was awarded via the competitive bidding process.

The reconstruction of the Riviere Mitant Bridge will commence in the coming days.

SOURCE: Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Transport

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  1. Let me guess which company/ contractor that this cement truck belongs to…….talk about having a ” clean safety record” or maybe it’s just “luck”!

  2. It is puzzling why the same company destroying the roads in St Lucia are the ones contracted to fix it


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