Motorists who were looking forward to the opening of the new international bridge between Edmundston and Madawaska, Maine, will have to wait a few more months, and it’s going to cost more than expected.
Bridge, slated to open by end of 2023, now expected to open in spring, says Maine Department of Transportation
The new international bridge between Edmundston and Maine runs at an angle from the current bridge and spans about 550 metres, nearly twice the length of the current one. Both bridges lead to the same Canadian port of entry, » Read More
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