Gov. Rick Snyder: Gordie Howe International Bridge will open doors to global marketsRead More
Gov. Rick Snyder issued the following statement after joining with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Howe family to announce the name for the New International Trade Bridge:
PM announces that the Detroit River International Crossing will be named the Gordie Howe International BridgeRead More
Prime Minister Stephen Harper today announced that the future publicly-owned bridge between Windsor, Ontario, and Detroit, Michigan, will be named the Gordie Howe International Bridge.
Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority announces formation of its Capital Markets Advisory PanelRead More
Today, Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) announced that four respected Canadian financial executives have agreed to serve as members of the WDBA Capital Markets Advisory Panel.
Gov. Rick Snyder, Sen. Gary Peters applaud U.S.-Canada agreement on New International Trade CrossingRead More
Gov. Rick Snyder and U.S. Senator Gary Peter today applauded the announcement of an agreement reached by the United States and Canadian governments that will allow for the construction of the New International Trade Crossing...
DHS Announces New International Trade CrossingRead More
Today, the United States, Canada, and the State of Michigan concluded and signed an arrangement regarding the staffing and operation of the U.S. customs plaza at the proposed New International Trade Crossing (NITC)
Government of Canada welcomes an arrangement with the United States to advance the new publicly-owned bridge between Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, MichiganRead More
"I am pleased to confirm that following significant discussions with the United States and Michigan, Canada has now signed an Arrangement to ensure that the new publicly-owned bridge between Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan...
Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority awards key contract for engineering work and technical advice for new bridgeRead More
The Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) today announced that following a competitive process, it has awarded a contract to Parsons Inc. for engineering work...
Site preparation for Canadian inspection plaza beginsRead More
On October 20, 2014, Columbia Utility Services Inc. of St. Joachim started site preparation work on the Canadian inspection plaza. The project builds on the site preparation work already completed including the relocation of species at risk and the removal…