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Interstate 395 Baltimore, Maryland Map - AARoads

Interstate 395 constitutes a freeway spur with two prongs connecting I-95 over the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River with Downtown Baltimore. Named Cal Ripken Way, the eastern branch provides direct access into the central business district and the Inner Harbor Area. The western leg becomes Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard as it serves Oriole Park at Camden Yards (home of the Baltimore Orioles) and M&T Bank Stadium (home of the Baltimore Ravens) to the west of Downtown. Both spurs along for the freeway are signed as with Interstate 395 markers.

Interstate 395 North
Removedby 2010, an original shield that was posted on the ramp (Exit 53) from I-95 northbound to Interstate 395. The flyover parallels the northbound enrance ramp from MD 295 before ascending above the I-95 mainline toward Downtown. 10/14/01
Looking north from the flyover at Exit 53 at I-395, the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River and M & T Bank Stadium (home of the NFL Baltimore Ravens). A CSX Railroad bridge passes below. 12/28/07
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Continuing onto Interstate 395 north through the directional T interchange with I-95. 10/14/01, 12/28/07
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Exit 53 spanning the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River from I-95 south onto Interstate 395 north. 06/30/10
Three lanes continue north along I-395 to the separation into branches along Cal Ripken Way to Howard and Conway Streets and the western spur to Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. 06/30/10
All northbound signs along I-395 were replaced by 2010 with panels using Clearview font. Variable Message signs formerly embedded within the overheads advised motorists of traffic conditions due to Baltimore Ravens or Baltimore Orioles games. 12/28/07
A new sign bridge was added by 2010 for Interstate 395 north at the split. The western branch of I-395 to Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard connects with Lee Street to adjacent Russell Street (MD 295) and Oriole Park at Camden Yards. 06/20/12
Interstate 395 East Branch - North
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The western branch of I-395 ascends above Cal Ripken Way toward Russell Street (MD 295) and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. The eastern branch extends north to the intersection of Howard and Conway Streets. 06/20/12, 06/30/10
An expressway ends overhead precedes the transition of I-395 (Cal Ripken Way) onto Howard Street. 06/20/12
Removed by 2010, the previous expressway ends sign was mounted on the flyover for the western leg of I-395. 12/28/07
The eastern branch of Interstate 395 runs adjacent to a MARC line and the Baltimore and Ohio Warehouse complex, the corporate offices of the Baltimore Orioles MLB franchise. 12/28/07
Interstate 395 was formally named to honor Baltimore Orioles Hall of Famer Cal Ripken in 2008. 06/20/12
Conway Street comprises a six lane boulevard linking I-395 with MD 2 (Light Street) to the east at the Baltimore Inner Harbor. Howard Street leads northward from I-395 into the business district. 06/20/12
Traffic lights operate at the north end of I-395 with Conway Street east and Howard Street north. 06/30/10
Howard Street intersects Pratt Street, the main eastbound arterial through Downtown Baltimore, in two blocks. 04/30/04
Interstate 395 West Branch - North
A parclo interchange connects the western branch of Interstate 395 with Russell Street (MD 295). 10/14/01
Interstate 395 lowers onto Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard at the intersection with Washington Boulevard. 10/14/01
A six lane arterial, Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard runs 0.75 miles north from the end of I-395 to U.S. 40 (former Interstate 170) and 1.25 miles to MD 129 (Druid Hill Avenue / McCulloh Street). 10/14/01
Interstate 395 West Branch - South
A vintage shield stands at the southbound beginning of the western branch of Interstate 395 just beyond Washington Boulevard. 06/27/10
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The two branches of Interstate 395 converge a half mile north of the directional T interchange with I-95. 06/27/10, 10/10/04
Interstate 395 East Branch - South
Interstate 395 commences south from Howard Street adjacent to the Baltimore and Ohio Warehouse. 04/30/04
I-395 along Cal Ripken Way converges with the western branch from Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard at a wye interchange. 04/30/04
Interstate 395 South
Interstate 395 advances south with three miles to a single lane flyover for I-95 north to the Fort McHenry Tunnel and two lanes for I-95 south toward Washington. 06/27/10
Interstate 95 south connects with I-695 in four miles and I-195 to BWI Airport in five miles. I-95 north follows John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway beyond Baltimore to Wilmington, Delaware. 06/27/10
Removed by 2010, a trailblazer for I-95 stood along the ramp to southbound. Inaccessible from I-395, passing below here is the ramp linking I-95 south with MD 295 south. The succeeding exit is for Caton Avenue (U.S. 1 Alternate). 10/10/04
The high flyover to Interstate 95 north joins the freeway ahead of Exit 54 for MD 2 (Hanover Street) south to Cherry Hill. 06/27/10



Photo Credits:

10/14/01, 04/30/04, 10/10/04, 12/28/07, 06/27/10, 06/30/10, 06/20/12 by AARoads

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Interstate 95
Route 295 - Baltimore-Washington Parkway

Page Updated 08-01-2012.

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