While Renmark residents wait for a replacement 21st street bridge, the current flood damaged structure has now re-opened for pedestrians and cyclists.
The structure dates back to the 1960s and was damaged during last summer’s flooding.
Since then the bridge has been closed as council seek out replacement options.
Via social media the Renmark-Paringa Council say they are “aware of the frustration and inconvenience the community are feeling and we are working as quickly as possible to progress through the required phases of the project”
Council added further “We hope that the reopening of the bridge to pedestrians and cyclists will provide some relief to the surrounding residents, schools and businesses”