September 7, 2006
Foundation study begins for new Windsor-Detroit international crossing
Windsor, Ontario – The governments of Canada and Ontario have announced the start of a foundation investigations study on the bedrock stability in areas where a new international bridge spanning the Detroit River and joining Canada and the U.S. could be located.
The investigation includes the drilling of 12 boreholes, at a cost of approximately $5.4 million. Drilling-related activities will run from September to December, with the second part of the investigations program taking place from December 2006 to February 2007.