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Impact of new bridge construction leaves Delray community fearful, want job guarantees

Residents in Delray, Mich., remain worried that those in charge of the planned Windsor-Detroit bridge will do little to help mitigate damage to their community or provide jobs during the massive construction effort. 598 more words


Detroit River bridge team issues first significant job postings

The authority overseeing construction of the planned $2.1-billion Detroit River bridge is poised to issue its first substantial job postings for the project.

The Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority on Friday will open up the application process for nearly 20 positions — most related to establishing the executive team that will oversee construction of the Detroit River International Crossing bridge that will connect the industrial communities of Brighton Beach and Delray. 374 more words


New Michigan senator poised to lead fight and secure new bridge plaza funding

Newly elected Sen. Gary Peters (D-Michigan) listed securing $250 million for a U.S. Customs plaza for the new Detroit River bridge as a top priority Tuesday just before being sworn into office. 763 more words


Land cleared in Brighton Beach for DRIC bridge as project plows ahead

It looked like a bizarre moonscape a few years ago when hundreds of acres were cleared through South Windsor and the city’s west end to make room for the $1.4-billion Herb Gray Parkway. 732 more words


Ambassador Bridge crash snarls traffic

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Traffic was backed up on the Ambassador Bridge Tuesday afternoon after a reported collision between three transport trucks.

Windsor police say bridge traffic was slow coming into Canada and has stopped heading to the U.S. 71 more words

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Canada's transport minister insists DRIC bridge will open on schedule

Canada’s transportation minister insisted Friday the planned $2.1-billion Detroit River International Crossing will not be delayed despite Washington’s failure this week to include $250 million for the project’s U.S. 461 more words