It’s been months in the making, but another part of the Gateway Project in southwest Detroit has been completed.
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.
Work on the long-awaited Gateway project at the Ambassador Bridge will have to wait one more day — as high winds postpone work until Tuesday.
Two weeks after surrendering control of the Gateway Project to MDOT under court order, the owners of the Ambassador Bridge will appeal to get it back.
The Michigan Department of Transportation plans to seek bids for completion of a $230 million construction project on the U.S. side of the Ambassador Bridge.
A judge has ordered the Detroit International Bridge Co. to surrender control of its portion of a project on the U.S. side of the international crossing to MDOT.
The owner and president of the Ambassador Bridge will not be going back to jail, at least for now.
Following nearly two years of disputes, the company that controls the Ambassador Bridge says it will comply with a judge’s order to complete the “Gateway Project.”
After spending a night in jail, the President of the Ambassador Bridge Company is speaking out on what he says is misinformation about the Gateway Project.
The Michigan appeals court has ordered the release of Ambassador Bridge owner Manuel “Matty” Moroun and his top business associate after a night in jail for contempt.