Birkenhead Bridge Upgrade Works Project
In 2020, the South Australian Government announced the Birkenhead Bridge Upgrade Works Project.
The $3.73 million State Government funded project will be delivered by the Department for Infrastructure and Transport.
This project is to replace the Birkenhead Bridge timber roadway deck with a Fibre Reinforced Polymer deck, and the eastern timber footpath with an aluminium footpath. Works will also include associated steel protection works, bitumen surfacing and line-marking. These essential works will ensure the bridge’s long term structural integrity and safety for all users. The Birkenhead Bridge is a State Heritage item, which makes works more complex and increases project costs.
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The Birkenhead Bridge was opened to road and marine traffic on Wednesday, 4 November. Thank you for your understanding and patience whilst these important works were taken out. View the image gallery to see some shots of the bridge before and after the works.
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Face-to-face engagement opportunities may be restricted and we will continue to be guided by the advice of health authorities, with the health and safety of our stakeholders always our highest priority.
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To find out more about the project, provide feedback or register your details to receive project information as it becomes available, please:
- Phone: 1300 794 880
- Email: DIT.email@example.com