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Old December 3rd, 2019, 03:02 AM   #101
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It was supposed to be early 2021, complete by 2023. It does rely on Commonwealth approvals though.

There's been a lot of soil testing and assessment work happening on either end of the Commonwealth Avenue bridge recently. Hopefully that means stage 2B won't be too far behind.
Thanks for the info! exciting times.

To be honest i don't know why governments don't consider doing small incremental projects over long term whole of network projects. It's a great concept and this case, could be applied to other routes as well....

Staggered/phased costs & shorter time frames for initial release of services to the market. I think it's a winning model for such infrastructure projects.
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