The renovation of Prague's Libeň bridge - years in the planning - will begin next April and will cost roughly two billion crowns, the Czech News Agency reports. The bridge is in poor condition and traffic is restricted. Prague's Technical Road Administration,overseeing the project, is to sign a contract with the winner of the tender in October or November. The renovation project should take about two years to complete.
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