Gordie Howe International Bridge
Formerly known as the New International Trade Crossing (NITC) and the Detroit River International Crossing (DRIC).
It will provide for the safe, efficient and secure movement of people and goods across the Canada-U.S. border in the Detroit River area to support the economies of Ontario, Michigan, Canada and the United States.
The new six-lane bridge across the Detroit River between Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan is a component of a new end-to-end transportation system that also includes associated border inspection plazas and connections to the freeway systems in Ontario and Michigan. This project will provide an essential additional crossing option at one of the busiest Canada-U.S. commercial border crossings.
Once complete, the new bridge will provide:
- Additional capacity to increase trade between Canada and the United States
- System connectivity
- Improved border processing and capacity
- Crossing Agreement
- DRIC Record of Decision
- DRIC Final Environmental Impact Statement
- DRIC Draft Environmental Impact Statement
- Re-evaluation Final Environmental Impact Statement No. 4 (5-4-18)
- Re-evaluation Final Environmental Impact Statement No. 3 (5-8-17)
- Re-evaluation Final Environmental Impact Statement No. 2 (1-12-17)
- Re-evaluation Environmental Impact Statement No. 1 (7-23-13)
Senior Project Manager
Deputy Project Manager
Construction Project Manager
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