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Maryland 100 begins and quickly enters a parclo interchange with Long Gate Parkway. Maryland 103 (Montgomery Road) begins nearby at St. Johns Land and U.S. 29 (Columbia Pike) and travels east parallel to the freeway to Montgomery Knolls. Photo taken 08/27/05.
The next three exits fall within 1.50 miles at the Columbia Hills area. Executive Park Drive spurs west from Maryland 100 at Exit 1B. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Executive Park Drive serves a mixed area of offices, town homes, and single family homes lining the west side of Maryland 100. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Exit 1B leaves Maryland 100 east for Executive Park Drive west to Columbia 100 Parkway. Photo taken 08/27/05.
A second off-ramp (Exit 1C) to Columbia Hills follows with Centre Park Drive. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Centre Park Drive begins from Exit 1C and connects Maryland 100 with Maryland 108 (Old Annapolis Road) opposite Phelps Luck Drive. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Maryland 104 constitutes a 1.14-mile route between Maryland 108 (Old Annapolis Road) at Jonestown and Maryland 103 (Montgomery Road) near Worthington. Exit 2 provides access to Old Annapolis Road ahead of Waterloo Road. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Eastbound Maryland 100 at Exit 2 for Maryland 108 (Old Annapolis Road). Maryland 108 overtakes Waterloo Road from Maryland 104 south, paralleling Maryland 100 to Old Montgomery Road before turning south to end at Maryland 175. The state route totals 34.23 miles from Maryland 27 at Damascus. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Interstate 95 appears for the first time on Maryland 100 east, 0.75 miles west of the Exit 3 diamond interchange with Snowden River Parkway. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Snowden River Parkway meanders southwest from Maryland 100 (Exit 3) to the suburbs of Long Reach and Owen Brown. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Connections with Maryland 295 (Baltimore-Washington Parkway) and Interstate 97 are highlighted on this mileage sign ahead of Exit 3. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Snowden River Parkway constitutes a divided-highway between Maryland 100 and Broken Land Parkway near Guilford at Maryland 32. An interchange joins the road with Maryland 175 (Patuxent Parkway) amid pervasive retail. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Maryland 103 finally crosses paths with Maryland 100 at the Exit 4 diamond interchange south of Font Hill. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Maryland 103 follows Meadowridge Road south from Brightfield Road to Maryland 100 and U.S. 1 opposite Dorsey Road). The state route parallels the freeway to the Anne Arundel County line and transition to Maryland 176. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Mileage sign posted one mile west of the directional cloverleaf interchange with Interstate 95 (Exits 5A/B). Photo taken 08/27/05.
Exit 5A departs next for Interstate 95 southwest to Laurel and Washington, DC. Photo taken 08/27/05.
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Drivers joining Interstate 95 south via Exit 5A next meet Maryland 175 at Waterloo and Jessup. The freeway exits the state in 42.3 miles at the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. Photos taken 08/27/05.
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A loop ramp (Exit 5B) descends onto Interstate 95 north to Baltimore from Maryland 100 east. The eight-lane freeway continues to Interstate 695 in four miles. Photos taken 07/02/10.
Approaching the community of Wesley Grove along Maryland 100 east ahead of Exits 6A/B with U.S. 1. Photo taken 07/02/10.
A six-ramp parclo interchange partitions the movements to U.S. 1 (Washington Boulevard). Exit 6A carries drivers to U.S. 1 south for Waterloo, Jessup and Laurel. Photo taken 07/02/10.
U.S. 1 (Washington Boulevard) departs the Maryland 100 interchange for Elkridge and Halethorpe in Baltimore County. Photo taken 07/02/10.
The ramp from U.S. 1 forms an exit-only lane to the Exit 7 diamond interchange. Photo taken 07/09/10.
Exit 7 provides access to the MARC Dorsey Station for Maryland 100 travelers. Photo taken 07/09/10.
Forthcoming Exit 8 with Coca-Cola Road provides access to adjacent Maryland 103 (Dorsey Road) and Park Circle Drive at an industrial park to the north. Maryland 103, the route that Maryland 100 replaced, parallels the freeway between U.S. 29 and the Howard-Anne Arundel County line. Photo taken 05/31/04.
Maryland 100 leaves Howard County and enters Anne Arundel County at the crossing over Deep Run. A diamond interchange follows in one half mile at Exit 8. Maryland 295 (Baltimore-Washington Parkway) and Maryland 100 cross paths at a full cloverleaf interchange (Exits 9A/B) beyond Coca-Cola Road. Photo taken 07/09/10.
Eastbound Maryland 100 at the Exit 8 ramp departure to Coca-Cola Road. Coca-Cola Road ends at Maryland 103 to the south and High Tech Drive east of Harwood Park. Maryland 295 (Exits 9A/B) provides a viable alternate to Interstate 95 between Baltimore and Washington. Photo taken 07/09/10.
Maryland 295 south follows the Baltimore-Washington Parkway into Washington, D.C. Trucks are prohibited on this route south of Maryland 175. Photo taken 07/09/10.
Eastbound Maryland 100 at the Exit 10B loop ramp onto Maryland 295 (Baltimore-Washington Parkway) north to BWI Airport (via Interstate 195 east), Linthicum and Baltimore. Photo taken 08/27/05.
This sign, found on eastbound Maryland 100 as it approaches Maryland 713 (Exits 10A-B), is more like a California-standard exit sign because the exit number is written into the sign itself rather than posted as a tab above the sign. Photo taken 08/27/05.
A third lane travels eastbound Maryland 100 to the Exit 10A off-ramp onto Maryland 713 (Arundel Mills Boulevard) south. Maryland 713 splits with Arundel Mills Boulevard east of Arundel Mills Mall nearby for Ridge Road south to Maryland 175 (Annapolis Road). Photo taken 08/27/05.
Arundel Mills Parkway travels west from Maryland 100 (Exit 10A) near Joe Cannon Stadium to Maryland 295 (Baltimore-Washington Parkway). Exit 10B follows onto Maryland 713 north to its end at parallel Maryland 176 (Dorsey Road). Photo taken 08/27/05.
Exit 10B loops onto Maryland 713 (Arundel Mills Boulevard) north to New Ridge Road at Shipley Corner. Maryland 176 leads east from the end of Maryland 713 to Hanover. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Maryland 100 continues east one mile to a single point urban interchange (SPUI) with Maryland 100 (Exit 11). Photo taken 08/27/05.
Maryland 170 begins in Odenton to the south (near its junction with Maryland 32), then heads north through Severn, Maryland 100, and Baltimore-Washington International Airport before ending at Maryland 2 at Brooklyn Park in Baltimore. Photo taken 05/31/04.
Exit 11 leaves Maryland 100 for Maryland 170 (Telegraph Road). Maryland 170 encircles the west side of BWI Airport along Aviation Boulevard. Aviation Boulevard constitutes the northern segment of the Airport Loop. Photo taken 05/31/04.
Eastbound reassurance shield, located between the interchange for Maryland 170 and the Queenstown Road overpass. Photo taken 06/17/00.
Maryland 100 next meets Interstate 97 (Exits 13A/B), a north-south freeway traveling just 17.62-miles. The freeway passes under W.B. & A. Road beyond the one-mile sign bridge. Photo taken 05/31/04.
To reach the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, use Interstate 97 south (Exit 13A) via U.S. 50 east & U.S. 301 north. To reach Glen Burnie, use Interstate 97 north (Exit 13B). Photo taken 05/31/04.
Diagrammatical overhead posted on the half mile approach to Interstate 97 (Exits 13A/B) as Maryland 100 passes between McPherson and Burleytown south of BWI Airport. Photo taken 05/31/04.
Interstate 97 connects Baltimore with Annapolis along the former Maryland 3 and Maryland 178 corridors. Photo taken 08/27/05.
The left lanes of Maryland 100 continue east toward Green Haven, Lake Shore, and Gibson Island, while the right lanes exit onto Interstate 97 north and south at Exit 13. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Interstate 97 gore point sign at the Exit 13 ramp departure from Maryland 100 east. A directional cloverleaf interchange facilitates the movements between the two freeways at Southgate. Photo taken 10/10/04.
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Once on the transition ramp from eastbound Maryland 100 onto Interstate 97, the left lane heads north toward Baltimore and the right lane heads south toward Annapolis. Photos taken 08/27/05.
Maryland 10 south & 100 east
Maryland 10 (Arundel Expressway) and Maryland 100 (Paul T. Pitcher Memorial Highway) merge briefly near Pasadena in central Anne Arundel County. Maryland 100 enters from Southgate and Baltimore-Washington International Airport to the west. Maryland 10 south & 100 east share one half mile of pavement before splitting. Photo taken 10/10/04.
Traffic interests to the state capital of Annapolis are advised to remain on Maryland 10 south for its connection to Maryland 2 (Governor Ritchie Highway) south. Maryland 2 comprises a surface arterial through Pasadena, Severna Park, and Arnold en route to U.S. 50 & 301 and the capital city. Photo taken 10/10/04.
Maryland 100 eastbound branches away from Maryland 10 south to Lake Shore and Gibson Island. The Maryland 100 expressway extends another three miles to Maryland 177 (Mountain Road) near Jacobsville. Mountain Road continues east from there to Lake Shore, Mt. Carmel, and Gibson Island on the Chesapeake Bay. Photo taken 10/10/04.
Maryland 10 & 100 gore point sign at the Arundel Expressway split with the Paul T. Pitcher Memorial Highway. Maryland 100 interchanges with Catherine Avenue and Raynor Boulevard before intersecting Maryland 607 (Magothy Bridge Road) and Magothy Beach Road. Maryland 10 meanwhile intersects Maryland 2 (Ritchie Highway) near Pasadena Road. Photo taken 10/10/04.
Maryland 100 east
Maryland 100 eastbound reassurance marker posted after the split with Maryland 10 south. The northbound mainline of Maryland 10 passes over the freeway ahead. Photo taken 10/10/04.
A half diamond interchange joins Maryland 100 with Catherine Street at Exit 19. Catherine Street travels north from Pasadena Road to Duvall Highway at Green Haven. Photo taken 10/10/04.
Catherine Road north links with Maryland 177 (Mountain Road) to the communities of Lipins Corner and Armiger. Catherine Street southbound meets Maryland 648 (Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard) at Pasadena Road. Photo taken 10/10/04.
Exit 19 departs Maryland 100 eastbound for Catherine Avenue. Photo taken 10/10/04.
A second parclo interchange joins Maryland 100 and Raynor Boulevard at Exit 20. Raynor Boulevard stems north from Magothy Bridge Road to Maryland 173 (Fort Small Wood Road) at Tick Neck Park. Photo taken 10/10/04.
Magothy Bridge Road travels east from Maryland 2 and Maryland 648 to Woods Boulevard where it turns north and becomes Maryland 607. The Maryland 607 section of Magothy Bridge Road intersects the Maryland 100 expressway just east of Raynor Boulevard. Photo taken 10/10/04.
A loop ramp carries eastbound drivers to Raynor Boulevard from Maryland 100. Raynor Boulevard intersect Maryland 177 (Mountain Road) to the north between Armiger and Jacobsville. Maryland 173 (Smallwood Road) extends north from Raynor Boulevard to Pine Haven and Riviera Beach. Photo taken 10/10/04.
Approaching the first of two signalized intersections along the Maryland 100 expressway near Jacobsville. Maryland 607 (Magothy Bridge Road) crosses paths with Maryland 100 ahead between Woods Road and Maryland 177 (Mountain Road). The state route ends at Maryland 173 (Fort Smallwood Road) north for Jacobsville. Photo taken 10/10/04.
Maryland 607 shields guide motorists onto Magothy Bridge Road from Maryland 100 east. Maryland 607 (Magothy Bridge Road) becomes Hogs Neck Road north of Maryland 177 (Mountain Road) to its ends at Maryland 173. Use Maryland 173 (Fort Smallwood Road) east for Fort Smallwood Park along the Chesapeake Bay. Photo taken 10/10/04.
The final eastbound reassurance shield of Maryland 100 lies between the Magothy Bridge Road and Magothy Beach Road intersections. Magothy Beach Road ventures north from the Magothy River to Maryland 177 at Elizabeth Road. Photo taken 10/10/04.
Expressway ends sign posted one half mile before the Maryland 100 eastern terminus at Maryland 177 (Mountain Road). Photo taken 10/10/04.
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Maryland 100 ends at a half diamond interchange with Maryland 177. A wide grassy median hints at an eastern extension of the Maryland 100 expressway. However it is unclear as to whether any plans were or are in place for Maryland 100 east of Mountain Road. A stop sign appears at the end of the Maryland 100 ramp for Maryland 177 (Mountain Road) otherwise. Photos taken 10/10/04.



Photo Credits:

06/17/00, 05/31/04, 10/10/04, 08/27/05, 07/02/10, 07/09/10 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 95
Interstate 97
U.S. 1
U.S. 29
Route 10 - Arundel Expressway
Route 170
Route 295 - Baltimore-Washington Parkway

Page Updated 03-31-2011.