EEL RIVER CROSSING, N.B. — The province of New Brunswick is going to replace the Eel Creek Bridge near Port Howe in Cumberland County.
Michael Baker, Minister of Transportation and Public Works, says engineering and design work on the new bridge, which is a steel truss bridge, about 150 feet long, and located on Route 301, will begin this year.
“This bridge is important to the community,” says Baker. “We understand the role that bridges play in building strong and prosperous communities, and a strong and prosperous province.”
Once the engineering and design work is completed, a tender for a new Eel Creek bridge will be called this year or next.
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