The company that owns the Ambassador Bridge linking Windsor, Ont., to Detroit says it has no immediate plans to reapply for a Transport Canada permit to build a second span for the key trade route.
The Canadian Transit Company, which operates the Canadian half of the span, was issued a Transport Canada permit in 2017 to build the second span under the condition that construction begin within five years, but it expires Aug. 30.
“In terms of reapplying, circumstances could change that lead us to submit a new application, but we do not have a new application pending,” said a statement from Esther Jentzen, a spokesperson for the
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