As one of the largest transport infrastructure projects in Northern Victoria, the $323.7 million Echuca Moama Bridge Project will provide a second link between rural NSW and Victoria, reducing congestion and improving reliability of emergency services.
The Murray Valley Highway intersection of Ogilvie Avenue, Sturt Street and Old Aerodrome Road in Echuca will receive a $5 million dollar upgrade.
Major works on Stage two of the Echuca-Moama Bridge Project were completed in November 2019 and preparations are now underway for stages three and four.
Expressions of Interest are open to design and build the bulk of the Gippsland Line Upgrade, Shepparton Line Upgrade, and Bendigo Line Upgrade.
The VicRoads Major Projects Division has become a new dedicated authority called the Major Road Project Authority (MPRA).
The Federal, Victorian and New South Wales governments have awarded the $26.35 million contract for Stage 2 of the project, which includes construction of four new flood relief bridges.