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Construction has begun on a bridge at a rail crossing near Gerogery, in southern NSW, where five young men were killed in a traffic accident nearly four years ago.
The $6 million bridge on the Olympic Highway is the next phase of the Five Mates Crossing project.
The project covers one-and-a-half kilometres and includes a 140-metre bridge.
The Wagga men were killed on the crossing when their car collided with the Sydney to Melbourne XPT train in January 2001.
The entire project is expected to be finished by the end of next year.
Meanwhile, the NSW and Victorian governments have announced funding to upgrade a bridge over the Murray River at Corowa and Wahgunyah.
The John Foord Bridge has been in place for more than 110 years.
The restoration will include replacing timber decking and renovating the steelwork.
ABC Regional Online
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