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Rehab work begins on Togcha River Bridge

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Major rehabilitation work will begin on the Talofofo and Togcha River Bridges on Route 4 next week. The Department of Public Works is advising the public that construction will be phased to complete one travel lane of the bridge at a time, requiring closure of the other lane to complete the deck replacement.

When the first phase is complete, the traffic control will be switched to complete the other half. Route 4 will remain open to two-way traffic, but will be limited to a single lane over the bridges. The project will continue from next week through August.

It was awarded to Black Construction at a contract amount of almost $3.4 million.

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