An interchange study for Interstate 95 at Belvidere Road in Cecil County is the subject of a virtual project update on the Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) website. The update for the I‐95 at Belvidere Road Transportation Improvements study is being presented virtually as part of MDTA’s commitment to protect the safety of the public and employees during the COVID-19 health emergency. Materials are now available: mdta.maryland.gov/Capital_Projects/I-95_At_Belvidere_Road_Study/Home
Information in the virtual project update includes an overview of:
an alternative for an I-95 interchange with Belvidere Road, which is being proposed for further design and construction;
a “no-build” alternative that would include only normal maintenance;
the evaluation criteria for selecting the interchange alternative; and
the project schedule moving forward.
Individuals who require special accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act, require language translation services (free of charge) or have questions may contact the MDTA at 410‐537‐1000 (711 for MD Relay) or Melissa Bogdan at 410‐537‐5675 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The proposed project would be a Public Private Partnership (P3) between MDTA, Cecil County and Stewart Properties. Interested design builders may follow the project on eMaryland Marketplace Advantage and contact the Procurement Officer as needed.
The study involves a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review that included public comment and open house events in 2018 and 2019. Public participation in the NEPA process is voluntary and solicited without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, income level or family status. The virtual project update is not a requirement of NEPA, but MDTA is presenting it as part of its commitment to keep residents and stakeholders informed and up to date.
Those with questions, comments or seeking additional information may visit the project website or email I-95BelvidereRdStudy@mdta.maryland.gov.