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About the Niagara Falls Bridge Commission
A Unique International Agency
A Joint Resolution of the 1938 U.S. Congressional Third Session created the Niagara Falls Bridge Commission as it currently is constituted. The Extra Provincial Corporations Act of the Province of Ontario, Canada licenses the NFBC. Canada and the U.S. are equally represented on the NFBC by an eight-member Board of Commissioners.
Established to finance, construct and operate the Rainbow Bridge, the Commission proved sufficiently efficient and effective to assume responsibilities for the Whirlpool Rapids (Lower) and Lewiston-Queenston Bridges. At our own expense, we build and maintain facilities for Customs and Immigration functions on both sides of the border. The NFBC is self supportive, largely through user fees (tolls) and private-sector tenant leases. We are federally chartered to conduct international commercial financial transactions and issue federal (U.S.) tax-exempt bonds


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