Resources for Businesses Affected by Key Bridge Collapse

Multiple agencies and organizations have been working overtime to create webpages to house information about the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore and the resources that may be available to businesses affected by the collapse.

In the meantime, we have been advised of three resources that may be of immediate assistance:

  1. The Maryland Emergency Management Agency runs the Private Sector Integration Program (PSIP).  Its mission is "incorporating the private sector into the emergency management framework to provide a voice to the business community during emergencies and increase information sharing between the private and public sectors." Businesses can sign up to participate in PSIP here:  Presently, PSIP is holding daily briefings on the Bridge and Port situation.
  2. Regarding transportation concerns, the Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) set up a page on its website with information about transportation complications and suggested detours to mitigate delays. The website can be found here:
  3. The Maryland Chamber of Commerce has created "Building Bridges to Recovery," a webpage designed to provide a list of current resources and information to support businesses impacted by the bridge failure. The webpage can be found here: Key Bridge Resources Hub — Maryland Chamber of Commerce (

Additional resources will be provided as they become available.

Created 3/29/2024 12:51pm
Last Updated 4/1/2024 10:58am