Feds, Ontario and Michigan to discuss Windsor traffic

WINDSOR, Ont. — At 3:00 p.m. today there will be a meeting of CanAm minds here to discuss ways to improve the traffic flow at the Windsor-Detroit border crossing.

On the outdoor terrace just off the fourth floor of Windsor’s Cleary International Centre, Transport Minister David Collenette and Ontario Minister of Transportation Brad Clark, will provide a detailed review of what’s being done to address the current problems.

They’ll be joined by the Director of the Michigan Department of Transport Gregory Rosine, Michigan Administrator of the U.S. Federal Highway Administration, Jim Steele, and Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister Herb Gray, who also happens to be the M.P. for the riding of Windsor West.

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