Patience praised during bridge repairs
The Upper King River bridge has reopened two months after a suspicious blaze caused more than $350,000 of damage.
The bridge has been operating on a single lane of traffic since January.
Main Roads regional manager Andrew Duffield said he would like to thank the travelling public for their patience during the repair.
“And a particular thanks to motorists, who worked very well with traffic controllers on-site during that period,” Mr Duffield said.
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