CEO of Bridge Authority talks about next steps

It'll be years before shovels break ground on the new international bridge linking Windsor and Detroit. Michael Cautillo, the president and CEO of the Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority, says the project will be an economic driver for the city.
Michael Cautillo, the president and CEO of the Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority, says the project is going to employ many people in the region. Check out his immediate and long term plans for the project. 7:44

It'll be years before officials say shovels will break ground on the new international bridge linking Windsor and Detroit, but the project is seen as a potential economic driver for the city. 

Michael Cautillo, the president and CEO of the Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority, the crown corporation building the new bridge said the project is going to employ many people in the short term and that longer term jobs will also be created in the region. 

Watch more on his plans for the project and what he's putting together long term. 

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