Overview

The Cedar Party Creek Bridge is a $39 million project that replaces the existing bridge in its current alignment.

The new bridge will be elevated to meet or exceed the 100-year flood level, raising it close to the level of the Wynter and Combined Streets intersection.

The current intersection will also be replaced by a roundabout which will allow for better traffic flow in the area.

Symal Infrastructure were engaged as the principal contractor for the project and construction work has begun on the detour across the creek.

Rain events at the beginning of this year slightly hampered the start date of work.


What’s happening now

  • Detour works under way

    Crews are working on the detour across the Cedar Party Creek which is expected to be complete by August.

Works completed

May 2024

  • Closure of Chrissy Gollan Park and preparing the area for construction
  • Planning for the construction of the temporary detour creek crossing


Works planned

June 2024

  • Start in water creek crowwing works
  • Start site filling at Chrissy Gollan Park including widening the Wingham Road embankment.


Location of the project

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