The City of Hamilton is going to see if it can share some of the costs of replacing an almost hundred year old rail bridge with CN.
It's the one over Centennial Parkway and the city only recently learned it actually owns the bridge thanks to provincial downloading back in the '90's.
The General Issues Committee will hear a plan later this morning that would see CN take over the project and limit the amount the city would have to kick in.
The city budgeted 10 million dollars over two years to rebuild the aging structure.
However, about 5.4 million dollars more is needed for rebuilding the parkway and fixing storm sewers under the bridge.