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Canadian city caps off grade separation on CPR line


Last week, officials from the governments of Canada, Ontario and Windsor marked the completion of a grade separation at a Canadian Pacific Railway crossing on Walker Road.

The $50 million project, which began in August 2007, will reduce traffic congestion in the Windsor-Essex area and improve the flow of trucks moving across the Canada/U.S. border, the government officials said.

The project was jointly funded by the governments of Canada and Ontario under “Let's Get Windsor-Essex Moving,” a $300 million transportation infrastructure funding program.

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