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For Immediate Release:
October 12, 2020
MDOT Public Affairs
Erin Henson, 410-865-1025
Jim Joyner, 410-865-1030
MDOT OFFICIALS TO TAKE STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION
INVESTMENT TOUR VIRTUAL FOR CECIL COUNTY FRIDAY
Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) Office of the Secretary and representatives from MDOT's business units will meet virtually with Cecil County officials to discuss transportation investments. Representatives include:
The Secretary's Office: Secretary Greg Slater;
MDOT Motor Vehicle Administration: Administrator Chrissy Nizer;
MDOT Maryland Transit Administration: Local Transit Support Director Travis Johnston;
MDOT Maryland Aviation Administration: Executive Director Ricky Smith;
MDOT State Highway Administration: Administrator Tim Smith;
MDOT Maryland Port Administration: Harbor Development Director Kristen Fidler; and
Maryland Transportation Authority: Executive Director Jim Ports.
This is the 15th meeting in the MDOT tour of 23 Maryland counties and Baltimore City to update local officials and the public on the Hogan administration's Draft FY 2021-2026 Consolidated Transportation Program (CTP), which details MDOT's $13.4 billion six-year capital budget. This meeting is being held virtually in consideration of Maryland's COVID-19 State of Emergency. Secretary Slater will outline the state's investments and join other state officials in answering questions about Cecil County's transportation priorities.
11 a.m., Friday, October 16, 2020
MDOT is conducting its 24 CTP tour meetings through November 17. For a complete list of dates, times and locations, visit: https://bit.ly/2QNf3hp.
To view the virtual meeting in progress beginning at 11 a.m. Friday, October 16, click here. Meeting ID 966 7155 3710, Passcode 945581.
Each fall, MDOT presents its draft six-year capital program to every county and Baltimore City for review and comment. MDOT then prepares a final budget to present to the General Assembly in January. The Hogan administration's six-year Draft FY 2021-2026 CTP invests $13.4 billion in Maryland's transportation network. Above and beyond this funding, the Maryland Transportation Authority is investing another $2.8 billion in our toll roads and bridges. To view the Draft CTP, visit: www.ctp.maryland.gov.