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2 BI-NATIONAL PARTNERSHIP STUDY Canada-U.S.-Ontario-Michigan Partnership Border Study

3 Four Partners, One Future

4 30-YEAR TRANSPORTATION STRATEGY First Stage Of U.S. and Canadian Environmental Review Requirements

5 The Ambassador Bridge

6 DETROIT-WINDSOR TUNNEL

7 Context – CAN-US Trade Dollar Volume of Windsor/Detroit Trade To Canada To U.S.

8 Border Crossing Truck Traffic

9 The Detroit-Windsor Region

10 Frequent Congestion Major Traffic Incidents Maintenance Operations Security Concerns

11 Five Study Corridors Transportation Problems & Opportunities Needs of Border Processing Agencies Government Planning & Tourism Objectives Impacts to Natural, Social, and Cultural Features Technical Feasibility otherwise Each Represents A Reasonable Approach

12 Draft Purpose/Need and Feasibility Study Report available Summer 2003

13 Next steps in process will be in consultation with stakeholders and community groups Scheduled for completion Summer 2004

14 NEXT STEPS Satisfying environmental assessment requirements of all four partners

15 NEXT STEPS A more detailed review of the five alternative road crossing corridors

16 NEXT STEPS Evaluate corridor impacts Transportation Community Neighborhood Environment

17 NEXT STEPS Identify corridors to be carried forward into next stages of environmental process

18 Developing the work programs for the next stage in the environmental approval processes of both countries. NEXT STEPS

19 The Five Information Stations 1. “The Problem” Year Strategy 3. Opportunity Corridors 4. What’s Next? 5.Land Acquisition & Relocation Issues

20 Bi-National Partnership Study OR TOLL FREE Thanks You For Being Here


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