The Michigan Department of Transportation last week put out a request for proposals seeking construction bids from companies interested in work on a new, $1.8 billion, bond-financed bridge across the Detroit River. The deadline for responses is March 17. 

MDOT director Kirk Steudle said the state hopes to have a public-private partnership on the bridge. Tax-exempt bonds financing the project would be backed with toll revenue.

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