Howe International Bridge Community Benefits Survey Launched
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Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority and Bridging North America are looking for help to prioritize initiatives for the Community Benefits Plan as part of the construction of the new Gordie Howe International Bridge project.
“It is important that the Community Benefits Plan for the Gordie Howe International Bridge project reflects what our stakeholders have told us is important to them. WDBA is committed to continuing our consultation with the public to ensure that the project has a positive impact on communities in Windsor and Detroit,” said Bryce Phillips, CEO – Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority.
To find out what the public would like to see, a survey has been launched.
In addition to the Community Benefits Plan, WDBA and Bridging North America are investing approximately $24 million in local street improvements to Sandwich Street in Windsor and streets near the US Port of Entry in Detroit. These investments recognize the Sandwich and Southwest Detroit communities as gateways to the Gordie Howe International Bridge.