Only signed north of the Baltimore city line, Maryland 41 follows all of Perring Parkway south from Waltham Woods Road in Baltimore County to the transition to Hillen Road. Hillen Road carries unsigned Maryland 41 southward to Maryland 147 (Hillen Road) at Clifton Park within the city.
Perring Parkway constitutes a four to six-lane controlled access arterial southward from Interstate 695 (Exit 30) to Belvedere and Echodale Avenues.
Southbound reassurance shield posted for Maryland 41 along Perring Parkway between Putty Hill Road and Taylor Avenue near Hillendale Park. Photo taken 07/02/10.
A forested swath represents the landscape of Perring Parkway southward from Interstate 695 to the Baltimore city line. Beyond the trees are older subdivisions along the approach to Taylor Avenue. Photo taken 07/02/10.
Taylor Avenue extends outward from Baltimore city through Parkville to a signalized intersection with Maryland 41 (Perring Parkway) at Harford Park. Westward, the road widens into a divided arterial at Lock Raven Village. Photo taken 07/02/10.
Maryland 41 bisects the Harford Park subdivisions on its westward curve toward the city line. Photo taken 07/02/10.
The next set of signals hang above the intersection of Maryland 41 (Perring Parkway) and Oakleigh Road. Oakleigh Road enters Baltimore as Moore Avenue and travels north to Joppa Road opposite Interstate 695. Photo taken 07/02/10.
A shield posted for Maryland 41 south resides along Perring Parkway west between Oakleigh Road and Hillsway Avenue. A shopping center lines parallel Cleanleigh Drive on the south side of the six-lane roadway. Photo taken 07/02/10.
Hillsway Avenue becomes McLean Boulevard south of Maryland 41 (Perring Parkway) en route to Morgan Heights and Woodbourne Avenue in the city of Baltimore. Photo taken 07/02/10.
Hillsway Avenue connects Perring Parkway with Taylor Avenue through the Hillendale community. Photo taken 07/02/10.
Maryland 41 turns southward again and parallels Herring Run along Mount Pleasant Park into Baltimore. This image looks at the final shield of the state route. Photo taken 07/02/10.
An end state maintenance sign lies at the Baltimore city line. Maryland 41 remains on most maps and in state highway GIS data through to Maryland 147 however. This view looks at a southbound mileage sign listing the distances to Morgan State University and 33rd Street. Photo taken 07/02/10.
Just south of the county line, Perring Parkway (unsigned Maryland 41) sees a westbound off-ramp to Northern Parkway. Northern Parkway straddles the north side of Baltimore between the Belgravia, Govanstown and Mount Washington neighborhoods. Photo taken 07/02/10.
The southbound to westbound ramp is the only direct connection between the two parkways. Motorist otherwise must use McLean Boulevard or Crozier Drive onto parallel Pioneer Drive to make the remaining connections. Photo taken 07/02/10.
Unsigned Maryland 41 continues southward along both Mount Pleasant Park and Herring Run relatively uninterrupted. Photo taken 07/02/10.
Woodbourne Avenue ties into Perring Parkway from the Morgan Heights community east of Maryland 41 at this traffic light. Woodbourne Avenue resumes west of Perring Parkway and south of Belvedere Avenue to Kenilworth Park Photo taken 07/02/10.
Southbound Perring Parkway at the signalized intersection with Belvedere Avenue west to Ramblewood and Echodale Avenue east to Lauraville. The parkway becomes more residential in nature from here southward, thus the speed limit reduces to 35 mph. Photo taken 07/02/10.
Perring Parkway transitions into Hillen Road at the crossing over Chinquapin Run. Hillen Road continues Maryland 41 as a divided arterial through to 33rd Street.
Pictured here is the intersection with Cold Spring Lane adjacent to the campus of Morgan State University. Cold Spring Lane winds eastward to Montebello Park and west to Evergreen, Melvale, and Arlington. Photo taken 07/02/10.