It’s been months in the making, but another part of the Gateway Project in southwest Detroit has been completed.
Governor Rick Snyder said he expects to get a presidential permit to build a second bridge from Detroit to Windsor by the end of the year.
Detroit police say they received another fake threat of a bomb on the Ambassador Bridge, but this time authorities kept the busy international crossing open while they investigated the call.
Things are back to normal at the Ambassador Bridge Tuesday morning, after a bomb threat shut down the international crossing for several hours Monday night.
According to an Ambassador Bridge spokesman, Gov. Rick Snyder’s International Bridge Crossing between Detroit and Windsor may not be a done deal.
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Details are in on plans for a new bridge deal spanning Detroit and Windsor.
Gov. Rick Snyder says he’s considering an “interlocal agreement” between state government and Canadian officials to get a new international bridge built across the Detroit River.
MDOT is holding a ceremony to signify the opening of a new part of the I-75 Gateway Project Tuesday, much to the delight of residents who are anxious to stop seeing commercial trucks rumble through their neighborhood.
More than a $100,000 in fines were issued to companies working on the Ambassador Bridge in January when a painter plunged to his death.