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Riviere Mitan Bridge Reconstruction Continues

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The Department of Infrastructure, Ports, and Transport wishes to remind the General Public that the reconstruction of the failed Riviere Mitant water crossing continues.

The project commenced in December 2022 and is expected to be completed in March 2023. Vehicular traffic beyond the water crossing therefore remains prohibited.

The Department and the Contractor are currently engaged in preliminary works, which include the fabrication of steel cages offsite.

In the interim, the DIPT’s Road Maintenance teams are conducting potholing works on the alternative route (from the Valerie Lord Avenue area, to Ti Dauphin, Desrameaux, through to the main Monchy Road and environs) to ensure that it is comfortably traversable to motorists.

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The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Transport requests your cooperation and patience during the construction works and apologises for any inconvenience caused.

SOURCE: Ministry of Infrastructure. Headline photo (Stock image courtesy

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