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Chesapeake Bay Restoration Viewer

Welcome to the SHA Bay Restoration Viewer!

With this tool, you can view completed and proposed projects being implemented by MDOT SHA to improve water quality in the Chesapeake Bay. Maryland’s highway system includes over 40,000 acres of impervious surfaces that contribute runoff pollutants to the Bay. These projects are best management practices (BMPs) that reduce pollutants in stormwater runoff.

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By 2020 MDOT SHA will reduce annual pollutant loading and offset impacts of
stormwater runoff from impervious surfaces as follows:

SHA implements various projects and programs
to improve water quality across the state:


  • Tree Planting


  • Stream
    Restoration


  • Stormwater
    Control Structure


  • Outfall
    Stabilization


  • Pavement
    Removal

SHA implements various projects and programs
to improve water quality across the state:


Tree Planting


Stream
Restoration


Stormwater
Control Structure


Outfall
Stabilization


Pavement
Removal

Disclaimer: This application is intended to serve as a public resource for general reference. The data is preliminary and subject to change. MDOT SHA provides this information without any warranty of any kind either expressed or implied.

Disclaimer: This application is intended to serve as a public resource for general reference. The data is preliminary and subject to change. MDOT SHA provides this information without any warranty of any kind either expressed or implied.

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