EWP Spotlight: NCIA History with Maryland Works on I-95

Have you ever stopped in Howard County’s I-95 rest stops? If so, you may have noticed how beautifully landscaped, pedestrian accessible, and cleimage(1).pngan the facilities are, and we have The National Center on Institutions and Alternatives (NCIA) to thank for that! Since 2006, NCIA has collaborated with the State Highway Administration (SHA) and the Maryland Employment Works Program, to create employment opportunities for people with disabilities. From the north to the south, 74 acres of image.pngrest stop land is maintained by NCIA. Marylanders should be happy with the State's continuous commitment to create opportunities for those with disabilities.

NCIA’s motivated team ensures that the I-95 corridor is safe and clean. They provide high quality janitorial and landscaping services, snow removal, general maintenance, repairs, and painting. Maryland Works hopes this partnership will continue to blossom and help advance employment opportunities for people with disabilities throughout the Old Line State!

Source: Maryland Works