Transport for NSW and Major Road Projects Victoria are building a second Murray River crossing to connect Echuca and Moama. The $323.7 million project is being funded by the Australian, Victorian and NSW governments.
APR 2021Pedestrian access changes on Meninya Street
Minor pedestrian access changes on Meninya Street Transport for NSW is carrying out work next to Meninya Street as part of the Moama intersection upgrades in Stage 4 of the Echuca Moama Bridge project.More information
As part of this work, we will temporarily shift the existing pedestrian refuge about 100 metres south near Popplewell Street. For more information on this change to pedestrian access, view the notification letter (PDF, 377Kb).
FEB 2021Minor traffic impacts as bridge beams delivered
A series of mammoth bridge support beams are being delivered through the Moama intersections upgrade worksite, as part of the Echuca-Moama Bridge project.More information
The 36 beams, each measuring 35 metres in length and weighing about 85 tonnes, will be delivered over four weeks from Wednesday 17 February. A maximum of three deliveries will be carried out each day, with some deliveries scheduled for Sundays and after hours (between 6 and 9pm) to limit impacts on the community.
These support beams – also called girders or “super-tees” – will form the main bridge structure of the new crossing over the Murray River between Echuca and Moama.
Motorists are advised to allow up to five minutes extra travel time to their journey while the beams are being delivered.
MAR 2020Work starts on Moama intersection upgrades
The new intersections will serve as a key link to the new Echuca-Moama Bridge, providing better safety and efficiency for visitors, commuters and freight over the Murray River between Echuca and Moama.More information
- upgrading the Cobb Highway intersections with Perricoota Road and Meninya Street
- building a new intersection connecting the new bridge
- re-opening Francis Street
- installing traffic lights.
Work will be carried out between 7am and 6pm weekdays and 8am to 1pm Saturdays and is expected to be completed by late 2021, weather permitting.
OCT 2019Award of tender
Excell Gray Bruni has been selected to construct the Moama intersections upgrade, as part of the NSW stage of work on the new Echuca-Moama Bridge project.
1. Murray Valley Highway and Warren Street roundabout (Victoria, completed in mid-2018),
2. Warren Street upgrades (Victoria, completed late 2019),
3. New road and bridge.
The new Echuca-Moama Bridge project will be built in four stages:
- Murray Valley Highway and Warren Street roundabout (Victoria, completed in mid-2018)
- Warren Street upgrades (completed November 2019)
- New road and bridges over the Campaspe and Murray Rivers (linking NSW and Victoria, major construction starting early 2020)
- Upgrades to the Cobb Highway, Meninya Street and Perricoota Road intersections (NSW).
The bridge and Victorian intersection works are being project managed by Major Road Projects Victoria with support from Transport for NSW.
The Moama intersection upgrade is being project managed by Transport for NSW.
Artists impression of the proposed intersection
As part of stage one of the project, Major Road Projects Victoria completed a new roundabout at the Murray Valley Highway and Warren Street intersection in mid-2018.
In November 2019, Major Road Projects Victoria completed stage two of the project, which involved the upgrade of Warren Street.
In October 2019, Major Road Projects Victoria announced McConnell Dowell Constructors (Australia) Pty Ltd as the successful contractor to build stage 3 of the project, including new road and bridges over the Campaspe and Murray rivers.
For more information about this project visit the Major Road Projects Victoria website.
Work will continue on the Moama intersection upgrades throughout 2020 and 2021.
Transport for NSW will make sure all reasonable efforts are made to minimise construction, traffic and noise impacts, including carrying out work involving lane closures after hours and providing regular communications to affected residents, road users and community members, in advance. We will let you know when work is planned outside regular working hours.
Work on the Moama intersections upgrade is expected to be open to traffic by late 2021.
Work on the new Echuca-Moama Bridge is expected to be completed in mid-2022.
For more information, contact project manager, Rick Koschel, on:
Phone: (02) 6923 6518