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Tue June 5, 2012
Lt. Gov. Calley: I expect the owners of the Ambassador Bridge to continue the campaign of deceit
Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley is continuing to push for the need to secure an additional international border crossing between Detroit and Windsor, Ontario. The new bridge would directly connect Michigan’s freeway system with that of its most important trading partner, Canada.
Calley says the Snyder administration will continue to plow ahead with “the end-to-end border solution that Michigan manufacturing needs,” despite some anticipated pushback.
“We don’t have a final determination of the plan as of yet, although we’re zeroing in. I do expect that the owners of the Ambassador Bridge will continue the campaign of deceit and the campaign of lies on what the proposal actually is," Calley says.
Although a consensus on how best to move forward with the project has not been reached, Calley spoke with All Things Considered host Jennifer White about what he believes to be the current monopoly of commercial traffic through the busy corridor and how the administration's plan could increase accountability to the people of Michigan.
- Alli Billings, Michigan Radio Newsroom