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Early Rejected Maryland Interstates
« on: September 22, 2020, 07:37:14 PM »

The release of the AASHO database reveals:

Not only was the DC Beltway requested to be I-68 (which I was aware), the Baltimore Beltway was requested to be I-72...(Apr 1958)

The next iteration (July 1958) has 495 and 695 respectively, except southeast of I-95 south of the city they had it as 195.
The original designation for what is now 270 between 270 Spur and 495 was 170
I-295 was I-195

Go here - https://grmservices.grmims.com/vsearch/portal/public/na4/aashto/default and search for MD and Correspondence to find these...
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Re: Early Rejected Maryland Interstates
« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2020, 08:30:50 PM »

Wasn't there also to have been an Interstate 63 within Washington D.C.?
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