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Bribie Bridge II: Next step

By Tanayah Wakefield

The next important step in the plan for a new Bribie Island Bridge is about to start, with technical investigations on and around Bribie’s bridge beginning mid-November.

State Member for Pumicestone Ali King says these investigations are critical in developing a business case for a new bridge.

“Our Palaszczuk Labor Government has allocated $4 million towards a business case for our next Bribie Island Bridge, as part of our bigger plan to progressively dual lane Bribie Island Road,” Ms King says.

“A new bridge will improve safety, reliability and connectivity for drivers, pedestrians and bike riders alike.

“Detailed assessments of the existing bridge and geotechnical investigations in Pumicestone Passage will shape the design for a new bridge and help us understand the future of the existing bridge.

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