The U.S. Department of Transportation awarded a $20 million grant for the I-95 at Belvidere Road Interchange Project. The project in Cecil County is a partnership between the Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA), Cecil County and Stewart Property Management, Inc., in coordination with the Federal Highway Administration.
The proposed enhancements would improve truck access to I-95 and support development within the Principio Business Park in the near future and longer term. The Principio Business Park is projected to generate more than $560 million in revenue for Cecil County during the next 20 years. Cecil County listed the proposed I-95/Belvidere Road interchange as its top transportation priority.
The I-95 at Belvidere Road Interchange Project met the following BUILD Grant criteria: safety, economic competitiveness, quality of life, environmental protection, state of good repair, innovation, partnership and additional non-Federal revenue for infrastructure investments.
The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process for the I-95 at Belvidere Road Study is underway. Final approval of the NEPA document is expected to be completed in fall 2019/winter 2020.
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