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Works to upgrade and strengthen the Beaufort Rail Bridge on the Western Highway are now complete.
The upgrade to the 53-year-old bridge has increased the rail bridge’s maximum load capacity to 110 tonnes meaning higher capacity vehicles can now safely travel over it.
It also brings it in-line with current heavy vehicle standards and extends its life for future generations with thousands of locals, producers and freight vehicles travelling between Western Victoria and Melbourne every day.
The Beaufort Rail Bridge upgrade is part of the $659.7 million Western Highway – Ballarat to Stawell Duplication project, to which the Australian Government has committed $499.4 million and the Victorian Government $160.3 million.
This article first appeared on www.3ba.com.au
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