Maryland 210 comprises a 21.27 divided highway from the Indian Head Naval Surface Warfare Center to Washington, D.C. The state route carries between four and six lanes of traffic through Charles and Prince Georges Counties. Traffic lights line the Indian Head Highway as it serves the growing suburbs of Washington such as Oxon Hill, Tantallon, Accokeek, Bryans Road, and Potomac Heights. The southern terminus of Interstate 295 ties into Maryland 210 at its junction with the Capital Beltway (Interstates 95 & 495).
Maryland 210 North
Maryland 210 (Indian Head Highway) northbound just after its intersection with Maryland 228 (Berry Road) at Accokeek. The six-lane arterial approaches the western terminus of Maryland 373 (Livingston Road) at the next traffic light. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Northbound at the intersection with Livingston Road. Livingston Road was vastly replaced by the Indian Head Highway as the main thoroughfare along the eastern banks of the Potomac River. Maryland 373 encompasses the road from Maryland 210 east to Accokeek Road near Sharperville. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Maryland 210 gains a frontage road system from Maryland 373 (Livingston Road) northward. The state highway otherwise presses four miles north to Tantallon. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Farmington Road intersects Maryland 210 at White Hall. The east-west roadway arcs from Livingston Road at Accokeek to the intersection of Livingston & Berry Roads at South Piscataway. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Crossing the Piscataway Creek on Maryland 210 (Indian Head Highway) northbound. The six-lane highway skims Piscataway Creek Park midway between its intersections with Farmington Road and Washington Lane. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Descending toward the signalized intersection with Old Fort Road and Washington Lane on Maryland 210 (Indian Head Highway) northbound. Old Fort Road stems west to Fort Washington and Fort Washington National Park. Washington Lane joins Old Fort Road with Livingston Road to the east. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Livingston Road crosses paths with Maryland 210 again at Swan Creek Road near Tantallon. The north-south road travels two miles northwest from Maryland 223 (Floral Park Road) at Piscataway to its intersection with Indian Hill Highway. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Maryland 210 continues through suburbia to its intersection with Kerby Hill Road four miles to the north of Tantallon. Kerby Hill Road links Maryland 210 (Indian Head Highway) and Livingston Road with Oxon Hill Road to the west. Livingston Road loops to the east around Oxon Hill to Forest Heights. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Maryland 210 (Indian Head Highway) draws to within two miles of the Interstate 295 northbound beginning at Oxon Hill. A freeway style variable message sign coincides with the freeway guide sign for the Capital Beltway travel conditions. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Northbound at the intersection with Wilson Bridge Drive just south of the Interstate 95-295-495 junction. Wilson Bridge Road ties into Maryland 210 from the west. Frontage roads (Wilson Bridge Drive) parallel the southbound side of the Indian Highway through Oxon Hill. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Maryland 210 northbound expands to four lanes in anticipation of the Interstate 95 north & Interstate 295 northbound off-ramp. A directional-cloverleaf interchange joins the two highways at the Capital Beltway near Forest Heights. Traffic to Washington, D.C. and the outer loop of the Capital Beltway (Interstates 95 & 495 northbound) depart Maryland 210 ahead of the rest of the ramps. Photo taken 09/25/04.
The right lanes of northbound Maryland 210 turn north onto Interstate 295/Anacostia Freeway or Interstate 95/495 outer loop north to Annapolis and Baltimore. All other lanes continue north along Maryland 210, with the next exit for Interstate 95/495 inner loop southwest to Alexandria, Virginia. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Interstate 95 & 295 gore point sign posted at the Maryland 210 northbound on-ramps to the Capital Beltway and Anacostia Freeway. Interstate 295 carries traffic into downtown Washington, D.C. via the Southeast Expressway. Interstates 95 & 495 encircle Washington through the eastern suburbs of Morningside, Glenarden, and Greenbelt among others. Maryland 414 (Oxon Hill Road) intersects Maryland 210 just ahead of the cloverleaf interchange with the beltway. Photo taken 09/25/04.
A loop ramp departs Maryland 210 (Indian Hill Road) northbound for the Inner Loop of the Capital Beltway. Interstates 95 & 495 southbound cross the Woodrow Wilson Bridge across the Potomac River between Forest Heights and Alexandria, Virginia. Maryland 210 meanwhile continues north through Forest Heights to South Capital Street in Washington, D.C. Photo taken 10/15/01.
2001-10-15 by AARoads. 2004-09-25 by AARoads.