Interstate 97


Interstate 97 is the shortest two-digit route in the Interstate system at just 17.53 miles in length. The freeway is a busy commuter route between the capital of Annapolis and Baltimore.

Designated in 1979, I-97 was constructed north from U.S. 50 & 301 (hidden I-595) and Maryland 3 (Exit 7) between 1984 and 1989. Work followed from Exit 7 north to the 1960s-built Glen Burnie Bypass at Exit 12 in 1993. Upgrading of the Glen Burnie Bypass north to I-695 followed between 1994 and 1997.1

Interstate 97 Maryland Highway Guides


Sources:

  1. Interstate 97 (Maryland). DCRoads.net.

    Connect with:
    Interstate 595
    Interstate 695 - Baltimore Beltway
    Interstate 895
    U.S. Highway 50
    U.S. Highway 301
    Maryland 32 - Patuxent Freeway
    Maryland 100

    Page Updated 08-26-2010.

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