Study to begin in fall to identify location, possible funding options
ANNAPOLIS, Md. —Gov. Larry Hogan has announced a $5 million study to explore a potential new Chesapeake Bay crossing.
Hogan said Tuesday the Maryland Transportation Authority Board voted last week for the Tier 1 National Environmental Policy Act study.
The study will begin this fall and take up to four years to finish. It will identify the location of a crossing and possible funding options.