The Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) announced Open Houses for the Bay Crossing Study. Four preliminary alternatives, which include three preliminary corridors and a no-build alternative have been proposed. Data indicates these three preliminary corridor alternatives are the only corridors to sufficiently meet the purpose and need in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).
The Bay Crossing Study Tier 1 is retaining the No-Build alternative and these Preliminary Corridor Alternatives Retained for Analysis (CARA):
Corridor 6: MD 100 to US 301 between Pasadena (Anne Arundel County), Rock Hall (Kent County) and Centreville (Queen Anne’s County);
Corridor 7: existing Bay Bridge corridor, US 50/301 to US 50 between Crofton (Anne Arundel County) and Queenstown (Queen Anne’s County); and
Corridor 8: US 50/301 between Crofton (Anne Arundel County) and Easton (Talbot County).
The public is invited to learn more about the Bay Crossing Study by visiting the project website at https://www.baycrossingstudy.com/
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