Repair works are still ongoing at the Demerara Harbour Bridge following that Monday morning accident involving a barge and tug.
The bridge remains open to light vehicular traffic.
In an update today, the management of the bridge indicated that laden and unladen trucks are still being prevented from crossing the bridge, as the repair works continue including realignment of the bridge.
Once those works are completed, access will be given to all types of vehicles.
The bridge management is also allowing access to those vehicles belonging to essential services, including the garbage collection companies.
Meanwhile, the crew members of the tug that slammed into the bridge have been released from custody, but could face additional questioning as the probe continues.
Bridge Manager Rawlston Adams has stated that the cost for the repairs effected to the bridge will have to be carried by the owners of the tug and the barge that slammed into the bridge.
That cost is estimated to be in the millions of Guyana dollars.
The management of the bridge has come in for high praise for the efficient repair works carried out at the bridge following the accident.