DRIC

(redirected from Detroit River International Crossing)
AcronymDefinition
DRICDetroit River International Crossing (transportation project)
DRICDélégation aux Relations Internationales et à la Coopération (French)
DRICDivestiture and Reform Implementation Committee (Uganda)
DRICDépannage et Réalisations Informatiques en Creuse (French computer repair company)
DRICDisaster Recovery Institute Canada (est. 1996)
DRICDepartment for Research on Innovation and Competition (est. 2004; France)
DRICDefense Research Information Center
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Herb Gray Parkway is the Canadian access road approved under the Detroit River International Crossing study.
Various government reports indicate that the expansion of trade justifies the construction of a second bridge (Detroit River International Crossing Partnership 2009).
A competing proposal, the Detroit River International Crossing (DRIC), would be built approximately 2 miles south of the Ambassador between Zug Island in Detroit and the Brighton Beach area of Windsor.
The Detroit Regional Chamber also hosted a press conference in support of the Detroit River International Crossing Project in April.
Specifically, she emphasized the importance of bilateral cooperation on border infrastructure projects, including the Detroit River International Crossing (New International Trade Crossing), and highlighted the need for ongoing joint efforts in areas including ballast water and rail safety.
Consideration for endorsement included candidate's records on key chamber supported priorities such as the Detroit River International Crossing (DRIC), cost-saving government reforms, job creation strategies and other public policy issues.
These four governments formed a Transportation Partnership in December 2000, now known as the Detroit River International Crossing team (DRIC), comprised of civil servants from the four levels of government.
The Government of Canada will be using P3 financing arrangements to fund the Detroit River International Crossing in Windsor and the new bridge for the St.
Consideration for endorsement included candidates' records on key chamber supported priorities such as the Detroit River International Crossing (DRIC) and cost-saving government reforms as well as other policy issues.
* Detroit River International Crossing project (DRIC) - to handle future projections of truck crossings in the Detroit area.
How well this goal is achieved will depend in large measure on two current initiatives: the Detroit Intermodal Freight Terminal Project (DIFT) and the Detroit River International Crossing Study (DRIC).
The Chamber continued its advocacy in support of completion of the Detroit River International Crossing (DRIC) study.
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