An initial vote on a proposal to build a new bridge connecting Detroit and Windsor, Ontario, has been delayed in the Michigan Legislature.
Gov. Rick Snyder wants to broaden ties with Canada, and one of his top goals to make that happen is building a new bridge between Detroit and Windsor.
A judge in Detroit says he’ll rule Nov. 3 whether the owners of the Ambassador Bridge are in contempt of his order to finish work on a project linking the crossing to Canada with two Detroit expressways.
A new report says the owners of the Ambassador Bridge have spent $4.7 million this year on TV ads opposing a proposed new crossing that would be built between Detroit and Windsor.
A Michigan Senate committee is set to begin a series of hearings on legislation that could make the idea of a new bridge between Detroit and Windsor a reality.
State lawmakers toured Windsor and southwest Detroit, Monday, at the proposed sites of a new bridge across the river between the U.S. and Canada.
A new 385-foot-long steel pedestrian bridge is too long by 2 inches, forcing officials to delay installation of the span across a Michigan river.
Governor Rick Snyder says it’s his goal to beat pessimistic forecasts regarding Michigan’s job growth.
A long-simmering divide over a new bridge is pitting Michigan’s new governor against a billionaire businessman.
Lawmakers in Lansing are hearing from supporters who say a second bridge over the Detroit River is essential to creating growth in the region.