Traffic flow may be impacted in portions of Cecil County, Md., and Lancaster County, Pa., from Monday, July 27 to Wednesday, July 29 as trucks move heavy equipment destined for the Wildcat Point construction site.
The Maryland State Highway Administration encourages commuters to consider alternate routes.
The transport will begin Monday at Tome’s Landing Marina in Port Deposit along Route 276 to the former U.S. Naval Training Center at Bainbridge, where it will remain overnight.
On Tuesday, the transport will proceed on Route 276 to U.S. Route 1 and north to the Pennsylvania line.
After entering Pennsylvania, the transport will circle back to the Wildcat Point facility on Route 222 in Conowingo via Nottingham and Little Britain roads on Wednesday.
Traffic delays are expected from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. along those stretches of road.
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