Bike Path Planned for the New Windsor-Detroit Bridge

Detroit River International Bridge

Great news for South Detroit area cyclists today. It’s confirmed that bike and pedestrian paths will be included in the new Detroit-Windsor International Trade Crossing Bridge.

According to MLive today, a Detroit-Windsor Bike Path will link our two countries over the new international trade crossing bridge. Todd Scott, Detroit Greenways Coordinator at Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance, announced the Michigan Department of Transportation has approved a plan with a bike and pedestrian path on the new bridge.

Huffington Post also reported on the story and included a poll asking readers to vote on a good name for the bridge. Options included the South Detroit International Crossing, the Beholden-to-Canada-Gate-Bridge, and the Matty Maroun Memorial Causeway (leading the votes at last count!).

To take the poll and read more check out the article.

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    1. Sorry this we’re coming back to you so late but we’ve had a shift in our bloggers here at Bike Friendly and there’s been a bit of a transition period. Also sorry to hear you’re having issues with the notify-me service. Unfortunately we don’t control that so can’t really help you out. Hope it’s fixed itself?!

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