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WDBA employees celebrate bike month
WDBA employees celebrate bike month
June is Bike Month – an opportunity to showcase the many benefits of bicycling. For several Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) employees, pedaling on two wheels is a regular activity.
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Eight Local Community Organizations to Receive Community Benefits Funding
Eight Local Community Organizations to Receive Community Benefits Funding
Windsor, Ontario • The Gordie Howe International Bridge team announced the distribution of $100,000 (CDN) to several local organizations as part of the project Community Benefits Plan. This marks the second annual funding release from the Community Organization…
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2021 Community Organization Investment Recipients Announced
2021 Community Organization Investment Recipients Announced
Eight organizations serving Sandwich/west Windsor and Delray/Southwest Detroit are the latest funding recipients through the Community Organization Investment initiative provided as part of the Gordie Howe International Bridge Community Benefits Plan.
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High Profile
High Profile
The Windsor-Detroit skyline is soaring to new heights as construction of the bridge towers for the Gordie Howe International Bridge continues on both sides of the border.
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UWindsor Team Wins Gordie Howe International Bridge Smart Infrastructure Faceoff
UWindsor Team Wins Gordie Howe International Bridge Smart Infrastructure Faceoff
A team from the University of Windsor has won the Gordie Howe International Bridge Smart Infrastructure Faceoff.
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2021 Community Organization Investment: Funded Initiatives
2021 Community Organization Investment: Funded Initiatives
The Gordie Howe International Bridge project is a once-in-a-generation undertaking.
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9 Things to Know About Bridge Towers
9 Things to Know About Bridge Towers
The Gordie Howe International Bridge will have the longest main span of any cable-stayed bridge in North America. Two massive bridge towers, one in Canada and one in the US
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New Walkway Allows for Tower Construction
New Walkway Allows for Tower Construction
A walkway connecting the jump forms on the north and south tower legs has been installed on the Canadian side of the project. The walkway, sometimes referred to as a catwalk, currently sits approximately at 40 metres/120 feet above the ground
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Statement from Dwight Duncan - Chair, Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) Board of Directors
Statement from Dwight Duncan - Chair, Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) Board of Directors
The Gordie Howe International Bridge Project is coming to life before our eyes. To see the great towers of the new span reaching skyward is testament to the dedication of literally thousands of people over the course of a generation.
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