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CHARLOTTETOWN– Communities across the Island will benefit from road and bridge improvements that will be made during the coming construction season, says Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister Robert Vessey.

CHARLOTTETOWN– Communities across the Island will benefit from road and bridge improvements that will be made during the coming construction season, says Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister Robert Vessey.

“When we make strategic investments in our transportation network it carries multiple benefits for Islanders,” Vessey said. “It makes our roads safer and more efficient, creates jobs and builds our economy, and improves the quality of life in our local communities.”

The second round of tenders for the 2014 construction season was released Wednesday. They are in addition to the 10 projects announced on Jan. 30 and include: Augustine Cove and the replacement of the Augustine Cove bridge; Charlottetown – construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Route 1 and Upton Road; Marshfield – realigning 730 metres at the intersection of routes 2 and 25;           New London – widening and resurfacing 2.3 kilometres of Route 6; Peters Road – replacement of the Greek River Bridge; Richmond/Northam – resurfacing 1.4 kilometres of Route 2; Springton/Hartsville – resurfacing 5.0 kilometres of Route 225; and York – resurfacing 2.2 kilometres of Route 25.

Tenders for this round of projects will be accepted until 2 p.m. on March 27. To learn more about tendering opportunities, visit www.gov.pe.ca/tenders.

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Organizations: Islanders, New London

Geographic location: CHARLOTTETOWN, Iceland, Upton Road Peters Road York

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