The largest transport infrastructure project in northern Victoria is now complete and open to traffic, months ahead of schedule.
After more than 140 years with a single Murray River crossing, locals and visitors to the region can now enjoy safer and easier travel between Echuca and Moama.
Cyclists and pedestrians are also benefitting from the project, with nearly 5 kilometres of new safe and scenic walking and cycling paths now open between the Murray Valley Highway in Echuca and the Cobb Highway in Moama.
While major works are complete and traffic is flowing over the new bridges, we’ll continue to undertake some finishing works throughout May.
The $323.7 million Echuca-Moama Bridge Project is jointly funded by the Australian, Victorian and NSW governments.
Want to travel your new river crossing? Click play below and take a journey through the treetops.
The project was built in 4 stages:
For more information about the project see our Information booklet (PDF, 1.5 MB).
The below map shows the route of the new river crossing and the project stages.
Use our interactive map to get to know how we built the Echuca-Moama Bridge Project. This map allows you to explore each of the four stages of what is the largest transport infrastructure project in northern Victoria.