From WBFO News:
Cross-border travelers have more than Canada’s sesquicentennial to celebrate this summer. Canada’s history is going to change recent history on the Niagara Falls Bridge Commission’s three crossings this summer.
It is fairly standard for some major construction to be underway at the Rainbow, Lewiston-Queenston or Whirlpool Rapids bridge. However, this construction season, it is going to be a little easier to cross the Niagara River on the Niagara Falls Bridge Commission’s three crossings.
“Considering this is the 150th anniversary of Canada, we have tried to avoid any construction on our bridges that would cause delay this summer,” said Commission General Manager Lew Holloway. “Most of our work will be done beginning next year.”