The Ogdensburg-Prescott International Bridge is a 1.5-mile-long suspension bridge connecting northern New York State with Canada. The bridge was completed in 1960 and is the newest bridge crossing over the St. Lawrence River and St. Lawrence Seaway System.

On the Canadian side, the bridge connects to Highways 416 and 401, providing easy access to Montreal, Ottawa, Kingston, Toronto and points beyond.

On the American side, the bridge connects to New York State Route 37 and is just 40 minutes away from Interstate 81, providing convenient access to the U.S. Market for trucks and autos.

Wait times on the Ogdensburg-Prescott International Bridge are generally non-existent, making for quick delivery of goods and the movement of people. Check out the Government of Canada’s Border Wait Times – be sure to scroll down to Prescott, ON/Ogdensburg, NY.

Ogdensburg, New York has a unique advantage. Situated on the northern New York State Border with Canada in scenic St. Lawrence County, the Ogdensburg-Prescott International Bridge provides easy access to major market areas in New York, the Northeast and Canada.

Seven of the top ten U.S. markets and 60% of Canada’s population is located within close proximity of Ogdensburg. Transportation access via rail, water, highway, and air makes Ogdensburg a strategic location for both U.S. and Canadian markets.

Bridge Contacts

James Chase, Director of Operations
Phone: 315-393-4080 xt. 222
Cell: 315-528-4760

Karin Blackburn, Senior Administrative Assistant
Phone: 315-393-4080 xt. 221