The Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA), in coordination with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), is studying a potential interchange at I-95 and Belvidere Road in western Cecil County. The potential enhancements would improve truck access to I-95 and support existing and planned development within the existing Principio Business Park in the near future and in the longer term. The Principio Business Park is projected to generate more than $560 million in revenue for Cecil County during the next 10 years. Cecil County listed the proposed I-95/Belvidere Road interchange as its top transportation priority.
The limits of the study area extend approximately 7.6 miles along I-95, from west of the MD 222 interchange to east of the MD 272 interchange. Along I-95, there are approximately 6.6 miles between the MD 222 interchange and the MD 272 interchange. The Belvidere Road structure over I-95 is approximately 2.5 miles east of the MD 222 interchange and 4.1 miles west of the MD 272 interchange.
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