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Jim Stynes bridge update

12 Aug 2013

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The first section of the Jim Stynes Bridge is likely to be delivered next month.

The $18 million bridge, named in honour of the late footballer Jim Stynes, will provide a pedestrian and cycling link between Northbank and Docklands.

The bridge, which had been under construction since February, will extend beneath the Charles Grimes Bridge (Wurundjeri Way), with structure works well advanced, according to a City of Melbourne spokesperson.

“The fabrication of the structure is progessing well with the first module expected to be delivered to site by mid-August,” the spokesperson said.

“The installation of all 14 modules is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2013 with the project estimated for completion by late March 2014.”

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