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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 – February 5, 2016

Note: As you can see on the bottom right photo,  the access to the pathway running through the jump span is currently closed off as a result of having dropped the superstructure span this afternoon.

DP will start cutting up the steel on Monday and as  soon as the superstructure is cut down to a size that they can move, they will have the pathway reopened.

 

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – February 3, 2016

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Public Notice – Short term traffic delays to be expected tonight – February 2, 2016

FBCL in conjunction with the National Research Council (NRC) will be proceeding with load testing of the low-level North Channel Bridge as part of its overall maintenance program, tonight, February 2, 2016. Motorists should expect short term delays at the crossing between 10:30 pm and 11:30 pm this evening (Time are approximate)

 

 

 

 

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – February 1, 2016

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – January 22, 2016

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – January 14, 2016

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – January 11, 2016

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – January 7, 2016

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – December 17, 2015

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New Cornwall Bridge Update – December 10, 2015

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