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Overhanging the St-Lawrence Seaway, the Seaway International Bridge in Cornwall is a vital road link between Canada and the United States. Every year, the bridge accomodates over 120,000 commercial transits and more than 2,300,000 passenger vehicle transits.

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – March 31, 2015

Removal of the Superstructure between piers 15N to 16N

Removal pof superstructure between piers 16N to 17N

 

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – March 27, 2015

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – March 20, 2015

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – March 12, 2015

This morning at 7:00, the temporary detour road and toll plaza were opened to traffic. We had a team effort from everyone working hard to enable the community to have 24 hour bridge access during the ongoing demolition of this particular section of the old bridge.

Great job to the staff at SIBC and the engineering staff from FBCL who worked very hard on the project.

 

 

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – March 10, 2015

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – March 6, 2015

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – March 2, 2015

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – February 20, 2015

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – February 17, 2015

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – Southbound Lane Closure on Brookdale Avenue starting February 9, 2015

Starting this Monday Feb 9, 2015, the South bound lanes of Brookdale Avenue from the turning circle will be completely closed for a duration of 2-3 months. During this same period one north bound lane from second street to the turning circle will remain open to provide access for local residences (properties facing onto Brookdale) and local businesses (in particular the car wash) only.

A detour will be in effect as of mid-day Monday in order to fully demolish the bridge between the north approach and +/- Pier 15N.

Please follow the signage that will be in place.

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