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Several locations proposed for new Demerara River crossing in feasibility study  

The feasibility study for the construction of the new Demerara River crossing has been completed by a Dutch company, LievenseCSO and a draft report will be handed over to the cabinet, making way for the commencement of public consultation by mid-April.
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Public Infrastructure Minister David Patterson and other officials examining report for new harbour bridge crossing

This is according to the Ministry of Public Infrastructure in a media release on Wednesday (March 15).

Minister David Patterson and his team met with Arie Mol, a representative of the Dutch company during a presentation where New Hope, Peter’s Hall, Eccles, and Houston were highlighted as possible locations for the new crossing.
A more detailed presentation of the feasibility study is expected to be made at a later date.

Comments (1)

  • Reza Rahaman

    Looking to build a bridge across the Demerara River. That the thing about Guyana. They are always planning and in the end nothing gets done. It might well be another twenty years that the bridge becomes a reality.

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