NEW BRIDGE FOR VALLA RESIDENTS
May 7, 2011 at 3:36 pm
Residents of Valla are getting closer to having a new bridge to replace an old structure which was damaged in flooding in 2009.
The Deep Creek bridge, which has been closed for more than two-years, has forced rural residents to take a detour of several kilometres to access the Pacific Highway.
New concrete piles are now in place with the old timber structure due to be removed over the next week.
The $500,000 replacement concrete single lane bridge is expected to be open to traffic within the next month.
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