Below are the five design concepts for the proposed companion span to the Peace Bridge. Which one do you prefer? Review the options and then cast your vote.
Update: A bridge-design open house is scheduled for Jan. 28-30 at the Connecticut Street Armory, 184 Connecticut St. The hours are 2 to 8 p.m. on Thursday and Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Bridge and state officials will be on hand to explain the alternatives, answer questions and get feedback. Read more about the process here and take a look at the latest plaza proposal here.
Update II: Niagara Council Member David A. Rivera, whose district includes the Peace Bridge neighborhood, said Thursday that he has not yet made up his mind on whether to support building a companion span to the Peace Bridge and enlarging the plaza on the U.S. side.
2-Tower: 345' Needle-shaped towers (Concept I)
2-Tower: 345' Diamond-shaped towers (Concept II)
3-Span Arch 226'
3-Tower: 300' Needle-shaped towers (Concept I)
3-Tower: 300' Diamond-shaped towers (Concept II)