The steel fabrication of the new Johnson Street Bridge hit another milestone in China, crews are now test fitting the bridge deck, trusses and massive rings.

The City of Victoria’s website shows the massive rails, deck, rings and other critical components being assembled.

The dry fit is being done so engineers can double check dimensions and make sure all of their calculations are spot on to make sure the steel fabrication meets the design standards.

The bridge was budgeted for $63-million and the price tag has now gone over $100-million.

It will be shipped in two sections and will arrive in Victoria in July and August.

The city says cars and bicycles should be driving over the new bridge by late 2017, almost three years behind schedule.