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Public Sessions Scheduled for Companion Bridge and Plaza

The Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority and the NYS Department of Transportation have scheduled a series of six open houses in Buffalo and Fort Erie to update the public on proposals and design concepts for the construction of a new U.S. Department of Homeland Security Plaza and a new, companion bridge spanning the Niagara River between Buffalo, New York and Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada.  
 
The upcoming public meetings, which will be conducted as informational open houses, will provide details of those bridge designs and updated proposals for the border crossing plaza and other area improvements.  The sessions also will give the public opportunities to share their preferences and concerns with the project team. 
 
The first three sessions will be held in Buffalo at the New York State Armory, located at 184 Connecticut Street, from 2 to 8PM. on Thursday, January 28th and Friday, January 29th; and from 10AM to 4PM on Saturday, January 30.
The second round of meetings will be held at the Peace Bridge Authority Board Room, 100 Queen Street, Fort Erie, Ontario. Canada’s sessions will be held from 2 to 8PM on Thursday, February 4th and Friday, February 5th; and from 10AM to 4PM on Saturday, February 6th.
For more information on these meetings or for special accommodation to attend, please call the 
Peace Bridge Authority office at 716.884.6744 or look online.

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