Interstate 795 South

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Interstate 795 South
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Traffic from both directions of Maryland 140 (Westminster Pike) and Maryland 128 south (Butler Road) are provided with a ramp onto Interstate 795 southbound at their junction. Maryland 128 curves southwest one half mile from Maryland 30 (Hanover Road) at Glyndon to become the southbound on-ramp. An Interstate 795 Maryland shield was posted ahead of the ramp merge with the Maryland 140 eastbound ramp. This shield and the one further south were replaced by 2010. Photo taken 10/10/04. Second photo taken 08/27/05.
A second Interstate 795 shield reassures southbound drivers at the Cockeys Mill Road underpass. The Northwest Expressway maintains four overall lanes from Maryland 140 to Owings Mills Boulevard (Exit 4). Photo taken 08/27/05.
One mile north of the Exit 7 off-ramp to Franklin Boulevard at the Stocksdale Road over crossing. Franklin Boulevard serves Reistertown to the east and Church Road & Red Run Boulevard to the west. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Nearing the Franklin Boulevard parclo interchange on Interstate 795 southbound at the Berrymans Lane overpass. Franklin Boulevard becomes Cherry Hill Road at Maryland 140 (Reistertown Road) one half mile to the east. Nicodemus Road stems northwest from the Exit 7 interchange to Berrymans Lane and Ivy Mill Road before crossing Liberty Lake into Carroll County. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Exit 7 leaves Interstate 795 (Northwest Expressway) south for Nicodemus Road ahead of its intersection with Franklin Boulevard. A six-ramp parclo interchange joins Franklin Boulevard with the freeway overall. Photo taken 08/27/05.
One of a handful of signs touting the benefits of the Baltimore Metro subway line. The Metro line begins at the Owings Mills Station at Exit 4 and ends downtown at the Johns Hopkins University Hospital. Photo taken 08/27/05.
One-mile guide sign for the Exit 4B/A directional cloverleaf interchange with Owings Mills Boulevard on Interstate 795 south. Owings Mills itself is the community centered around the Owings Mills Boulevard intersection with Maryland 140 (Reistertown Road) to the east of the Northwest Expressway. The Owings Mills Metro station resides off Painters Mill Road south of the Exit 4B off-ramp. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Pleasant Hill Road passes over Interstate 795 at the community of Belltown. Signed below the bridge are signs for the left-lane truck restriction south of Exit 4 and an auxiliary guide sign for Randallstown and Owings Mills Town Center. Randallstown is accessible via surface road connections from Owings Mills Boulevard via Painters Mills and McDonough Road. The Owings Mills Town Center mall resides between Owings Mills Boulevard and Painters Mills Road off Red Run Boulevard. Photo taken 10/10/04.
Interstate 795 southbound at the ramp departure for Exit 4 (Owings Mills Road and Owings Mills Town Center). A distributor roadway leaves the Northwest Expressway mainline for ramps to Owings Mills Boulevard east and west and the Owings Mills Metro Station itself. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Exit 4B diverges from Interstate 795 southbound for Owings Mills Boulevard westbound and a direct ramp to the Owings Mills Town Center and Mill Run Circle. Maryland 140 (Reistertown Road) is referrenced for the Exit 4A cloverleaf ramp. Photo taken 10/10/04.
The Exit 4A loop ramp descends onto Owings Mills Boulevard eastbound 0.9 miles from its junction with Maryland 140 (Reistertown Road). The surface boulevard continues from there northeast 1.6 miles to Gwynnbrook Avenue. Traffic otherwise defaults into the parking area for the Metro. Photo taken 10/10/04.
The platform of the Owings Mills Metro Station rises above the travel lanes of Interstate 795 within the median of the Northwest Expressway. The subway line flows southeastward with Interstate 795 to the junction with Interstate 695. Photo taken 10/10/04.
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The final southbound Interstate 795 reassurance shield (since replaced), complete with the state name, posted after the Exit 4 interchange at Owings Mill. The Northwest Expressway expands to six overall lanes for its final four miles. Photo taken 08/27/05. Second photo taken 06/17/00.
Auxiliary guide sign for the downtown Baltimore destinations of Camden Yards including M&T Bank Stadium (home of the NFL's Baltimore Ravens) and Oriole Park (home of MLB's Baltimore Orioles). Note the placard advising the Metro. The transit line continues southeast from Interstate 795 at 695 along Wabash Boulevard (planned Interstate 795) into Baltimore City. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Two-mile guide sign for the Exits 1B/A terminus with Interstate 695 (Baltimore Beltway). Interstate 695 interchanges with Interstate 795 midway between the Reistertown Road (Maryland 140) and Liberty Road (Maryland 26) exits. Photo taken 10/10/04.
Nearing the McDonogh Road overpass on Interstate 795 south. Guide signs for Interstate 695 include partitioning for Interstate 95 bound traffic for Washington and New York. Interstate 695 overlaps with Interstate 83 five miles to the east and Interstate 70 four miles to the south as well. Photo taken 10/10/04.
The Northwest Expressway and Baltimore Metro progress southward. An auxiliary sign indicates the Beltway destinations of Pikesville (via Maryland 140 east), Baltimore-Washington International Airport (via Maryland 295 south) and Port of Baltimore Terminals (via Maryland 157). Photo taken 10/10/04.
A diagrammatical overhead takes the place of the one-mile guide sign for Exits 1B/A on Interstate 795 southbound. Interstate 695 varies between six and eight lanes throughout the Pikesville and Towson vicinity north of the city. Towson lies south of Exit 27 (Maryland 45) to the east. Glen Burnie is where Interstate 97 ties into the Beltway at Exit 4 south of the city. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Drawing to within one half mile of the Interstate 795 split into Exits 1B/A for Interstate 695. A fourth lane adds to give two lanes for Interstate 695 Inner and Outer. Photo taken 10/10/04.
Sweeping ramps carry Interstate 795 travelers onto the respective directions of Interstate 695 at the southern terminus of the Northwest Expressway. Had all of the expressway been built, Interstate 795 would continue southeast through Pikesville into the Mount Hope section of Baltimore via Wabash Boulevard. Photo taken 10/10/04.
The Exit 1B/A gore point of Interstate 795's southern terminus. The Baltimore Metro line passes below all of the ramps and Interstate 695 mainline. The Metro-Old Court Station lies south of the interchange on Old Court Road. Photo taken 10/10/04.



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06/17/00, 10/10/04, 08/27/05 by AARoads

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Page Updated 08-27-2010.