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Detroit named one of World's Greatest Cities; Robotaps; Ambassador Bridge owner stymied + more

Places to check out: Dragonfly and Loui's Pizza Stories: We discuss the criteria on naming Detroit one of the world's 50 greatest cities; Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signs executive order preventing extradition to other states for providing reproductive services; Robotaps without bartenders are coming to Michigan; Ambassador Bridge owner stymied in getting a second span by Canada You can help us rebuild after the studio fire: Our you can become a monthly me...

PODCAST: "The Race Is Over," Moroun Will Build His Bridge To Canada First With Dave Battagello, Windsor Star

This edition of the Daily Detroit Happy Hour is very timely as Sven Gustafson is talking to veteran reporter Dave Battagello of the Windsor Star about the bridge projects to Canada, the border crossing, and how it affects thousands of people. He’s been the lead guy covering this issue that most of the Detroit media has been silent on, even though long term, it will affect the livelihoods of many citizens of both countries, and there’s important news. There are some key points you’re going...

Ambassador Bridge Ordered To Make Immediate Safety Repairs By Canadian Government

The Ambassador Bridge is not only an unmistakable part of Detroit’s skyline, it’s also the busiest port of entry in terms of commercial vehicles to Canada. In short – it’s crucial for trade between the United States and Canada. The 86 year old span has been cited by Transport Canada as having unsafe railings and curbs. The Direction concerns safety deficiencies found in a section of the bridge’s railings and curbs on the Canadian side. The deficiencies were observed during a Transport Canada...

Could Canada Be Looking At Buying The Ambassador Bridge?

A Windsor Star columnist is saying that there’s a recommendation by Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority chairman Dwight Duncan to investigate Canada buying the aging, 89-year old Ambassador Bridge, currently owned by Matty Maroun. The billionaire not only controls the bridge, but large swaths of land on either side. There are streets in Canada – most notably Indian Road – that now sit with rows of vacant homes, emptied by Matty’s expansion plans as he has continued to push for building his own se...

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