Niagara Falls Bridge Commission

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Niagara Falls Bridge Commission
Public benefit corporation / Extra-Provincial Corporation (Ontario)
Founded 1938
Headquarters 5365 Military Rd, Lewiston, New York, United States
Key people
Kenneth Bieger
Website niagarafallsbridges.com

The Niagara Falls Bridge Commission is an international public agency which administers three bridges across the Niagara River connecting the province of Ontario, Canada and the state of New York, United States: the Lewiston–Queenston Bridge, Whirlpool Rapids Bridge and Rainbow Bridge. It is mostly self-supporting from tolls, leases, and commercial concessions.[1] The commission is based in Lewiston, New York and incorporated as a class D New York State public benefit corporation. It is licensed to operate in Ontario under the Extra-Provincial Corporations Act and maintains a post office box address in Niagara Falls, Ontario.

Board of Commissioners[edit]

The commission is governed by an eight member Board of Commissioners, four appointed by the Premier of Ontario and four by the Governor of New York.[2]

Board of Commissioners
 Canada  United States
John A. Lopinski, Chairperson Harry R. Palladino, Vice Chairperson
Marcia T. Heit Francis A. Soda
Michael J. Goodale Kathleen L. Neville
Linda L. McAusland Russell G. Quarantello

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Chapter 4: The Watery Boundary". United Divide: A Linear Portrait of the USA/Canada Border. The Center for Land Use Interpretation. Winter 2015. 
  2. ^ "What is the NFBC?". Niagara Falls Bridge Commission. Retrieved November 4, 2017. 

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