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Upcoming Marine Channel Work and Five Day Closure

July 30 2015

In mid-September, large sections of the new bridge’s structure will be installed with support from the same large barge and crane (the Arctic Tuk) that was used during the removal of the rail bridge in 2012. The current bridge is expected to remain open to pedestrians, cyclists, and vehicles throughout most of the work, however the marine channel will be closed to marine traffic for five days as crews complete the work.

Correspondence with Upper Harbour stakeholders is currently underway to plan around the closure and minimize impacts to those who use the marine channel.

The Arctic Tuk in the Upper Harbour during the removal of the Johnson Street Rail Bridge in February 2012

The Arctic Tuk in the Upper Harbour during the removal of the Johnson Street Rail Bridge in February 2012

 

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