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New Harding Creek Road Bridge opens to traffic
The original bridge was built in 1974 and was identified for replacement as part of the department’s bridge inspection program.

The $350,000 replacement of the Harding Creek Road Bridge in Clinton is now complete and the bridge is open to the traveling public.

New Augustine Cove Bridge opens to traffic
Traffic crossing the new Augustine Cove bridge.

The $350,000 replacement of the Augustine Cove Bridge is complete and the bridge is now open to the public. The original bridge was built in 1922 and is believed to be one of the oldest bridges on Prince Edward Island.

Cape Breton Road closure helps salmon return to Clark’s Creek
A permanently grassed swale was created on the closed portion of Cape Breton Road to control runoff, thanks to the cooperation of neighbouring landowners.

Closing a portion of Cape Breton Road near Fort Augustus has helped salmon resume spawning in Clark's Creek for the first time in six years.

Highway of Heroes unveiled
Lt. Gov. Frank Lewis; Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister Robert Vessey; and Cpt. Kendra Mellish of the Canadian Army Veterans' Motorcycle Club.

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal has worked with the Canadian Army Veterans Motorcycle Club to designate the Trans Canada Highway (Route 1) as Prince Edward Island's Highway of Heroes, in recognition of all Canadian military personnel and first responders.

New pathway completes bike route to beach
Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister Robert Vessey and North Shore community members cut their ribbon on the final piece of a bicycle-friendly route from Charlottetown to the beach.

A new paved promenade in Stanhope is the final piece needed to finish a bicycle-friendly route from Charlottetown to Prince Edward Island National Park.

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