U.S. 1 North - Baltimore

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U.S. 1 North
A six-ramp parclo interchange joins U.S. 1 (Washington Boulevard) with the Maryland 100 freeway. Maryland 100 connects the Howard County suburbs near Columbia with northern Anne Arundel County and Interstate 97. Photo taken 07/02/10.
U.S. 1 (Washington Boulevard) sees a wye interchange with the Harbor Tunnel Thruway (Interstate 895) near the Howard / Baltimore County line. Access to Interstate 895 northbound is provided to northbound travelers for the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel and points east of downtown. There are no off-ramps between U.S. 1 and the Tunnel toll plaza. Photo taken 06/02/03.
U.S. 1 (Washington Boulevard) encounters Interstate 195 just north of I-895. A folded diamond interchange joins the two highways just north of the Patapsco River and Baltimore County line. I-195 replaced Maryland 166 (Metropolitan Boulevard) between the University of Maryland Baltimore Campus and U.S. 1. Photo taken 06/02/03.
Interstate 195 constitutes a four-mile freeway spur between Interstate 95 and the terminal of Baltimore-Washington International Airport. The freeway sees interchanges with Maryland 170, Maryland 295 (Baltimore-Washington Parkway), and U.S. 1 (Washington Boulevard) in between. Photo taken 06/02/03.
U.S. 1 passes underneath Interstate 195 ahead of the westbound on-ramp to Interstate 95, UMBC, and Catonsville. Interstate 195 continues north of Interstate 95 to Maryland 166 (Rolling Road) ahead of its intersection with Maryland 372 (Wilkens Avenue). Photo taken 10/10/04.
Northbound reassurance marker posted along Washington Boulevard as the four-lane highway departs its interchange with Interstate 195. Interstate 195 opened in 1990 to join the Maryland 166 and Maryland 45 freeway spurs between U.S. 1 and Maryland 295. Photo taken 10/10/04.
U.S. 1 splits with U.S. 1 Alternate just north of Interstate 195. U.S. 1 Alternate continues Washington Boulevard northward to Halethorpe and Caton Avenue in southwest Baltimore. U.S. 1 meanwhile turns north onto Southwestern Avenue to Arbutus and Oaklee Village in Baltimore city. All traffic to Interstate 695 should take U.S. 1 Alternate as there is no direct access from Southwestern Boulevard. Photo taken 10/10/04.
A wye interchange separates U.S. 1 & U.S. 1 Alternate near the confluence of two railroad lines. Traffic to Southwestern Avenue northbound departs Washington Boulevard for Arbutus to the right. Photo taken 10/10/04.
Southwestern Boulevard begins as a three-lane roadway with a continuous center turn lane. Pictured here is a U.S. 1 northbound shield posted between the split with U.S. 1 Alternate and the Francis Avenue over crossing. A railroad line parallels the northbound side of Southwestern Boulevard to the city line. Photo taken 10/13/04.
U.S. 1 (Southwestern Boulevard) northbound at the Interstate 95 over crossing. There are no ramps between the two highways in Arbutus. Photo taken 10/13/04.
There are also no ramps from U.S. 1 onto the Baltimore Beltway as well. Traffic destined for Interstate 695 northbound however may take Linden Avenue northwest to Leeds Avenue north for the Exit 12A on-ramp. U.S. 1 (Southwestern Boulevard) passes over Sulphur Spring Road with no direct access at the intersection with Linden Avenue. Photo taken 10/13/04.
Continuing north on the five-lane Southwestern Boulevard at the Arbutus Co. 35 fire station. In the background is the Exit 12A off-ramp from Interstate 695 east (outer loop) onto U.S. 1 southbound. Photo taken 10/13/04.
U.S. 1 passes underneath Interstate 695 and continues northward toward the Baltimore city line. Photo taken 10/13/04.
Leeds Avenue kisses U.S. 1 (Southwestern Boulevard) north of Interstate 695. Motorists can turn southward onto Leeds Avenue for its on-ramp to Interstate 695 north (inner loop) from Southwestern Boulevard northbound. Photo taken 10/13/04.
U.S. 1 northbound at the Leeds Avenue turn-off. Southwestern Boulevard divides ahead with a tree-lined median on the approach to Oaklee Village in Baltimore city. Photo taken 10/13/04.
Once in the city of Baltimore, Southwestern Boulevard and U.S. 1 quickly intersect Maryland 372 (Wilkens Avenue). The US Route overtakes the surface arterial from the state highway as it turns east toward Saint Agnes Hospital. The signalized intersection between Wilkens Avenue and Southwestern Boulevard represents the eastern terminus of Maryland 372. Photo taken 10/13/04.
U.S. 1 passes over a set of Amtrak lines and intersects Haverhill Road. Haverhill Road leads south from Wilkens Avenue to Benson Avenue and the Violetville neighborhood of Baltimore. Photo taken 06/27/10.
Traveling east along Wilkens Avenue (U.S. 1 north) to the intersection with Pine Heights Avenue. Pine Heights Avenue flows north from Benson Avenue to U.S. 1. An older strip mall ties into the traffic light to the left. Photo taken 10/13/04.
Six years after the previous photo was taken, not much has changed at the intersection of U.S. 1 (Wilkens Avenue) and Pine Heights Avenue. However peaking out from behind the utility pole on the southeast corner of the intersection is an error Maryland 1 shield. This shield replaced an older-style U.S. 1 shield by 2010. Photo taken 06/27/10.
A short distance east of Pine Heights Avenue is the signalized entrance to adjacent St. Agnes Hospital. Photo taken 06/27/10.
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U.S. 1 Alternate returns to U.S. 1 via Caton Avenue northbound. Washington Boulevard transitions into Caton Avenue at the intersection with Patapsco Avenue at the Baltimore city line. From there Caton Avenue migrates northward to U.S. 1 (Wilkens Avenue) and beyond to Maryland 144 (Frederick Avenue) at Hilton Parkway. Photos taken 10/13/04.
Wilkens Avenue reduces from five to four lanes as it enters the intersection with Desoto Road. A traffic light replacement project, one of many during the fall of 2004, was underway at the U.S. 1 intersection with Desoto Road. This replacement resulted in the installation of a photocop.
Desoto Road ventures southeast to Exit 50 of Interstate 95 and the Morrell Park neighborhood of the city. Photo taken 10/13/04.
U.S. 1 intersects Dukeland Street south to Cross Roads Industrial center and Hurley Avenue north ahead of Gwynns Falls. Photo taken 06/27/10.
U.S. 1 (Wilkens Avenue) northbound crosses Gwynns Falls Creek and transitions into a residential neighborhood lined with row homes. Row homes are prevalent throughout most of west Baltimore along narrow streets. Pictured here is the intersection with Brunswick Street. Use Brunswick Street north four blocks to Maryland 144 (Frederick Avenue). Photo taken 10/13/04.
Wilkens Avenue divides again east of Gwynns Falls Creek. This reassurance shield appears northbound between Brunswick Street and Millington Avenue. Photo taken 10/13/04.
An original Maryland John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway trailblazer remains in place along U.S. 1 (Wilkens Avenue) northbound between Brunswick Street and Millington Avenue. These signs directed motorists to the disjointed Interstate 95 before the 1985 completion of the Fort McHenry Tunnel. The present day JFK Memorial Highway features no unique trailblazer. Photo taken 10/13/04.
Millington Avenue flows south from Maryland 144 (Frederick Avenue) to end just south of U.S. 1 (Wilkens Avenue) at the Carroll community of Baltimore. Photo taken 06/27/10.
A mix of 30" and 42" traffic signals govern the movements between U.S. 1 (Wilkens Avenue) and Catherine Street one block east of Millington Avenue. Photo taken 06/27/10.
A set of 30" signals at the Wilkens Avenue intersection with Pulaski Street. A small advisory sign indicates that the local truck route continues east along Cole Street. Cole Street splits from Wilkens Avenue east of Monroe Street to S. Stricker Street. Photo taken 06/27/10.
U.S. 1 (Wilkens Avenue) northbound at Monroe Street near Caroll Park. Two things are worth mentioning roadwise at this intersection. First, U.S. 1 splits into separate components with southbound following Monroe Street and northbound following Wilkens Avenue two blocks east to Fulton Avenue northbound. Second, Monroe Street represents the original alignment of both U.S. 301 and Maryland 3. U.S. 301, and later Maryland 3, began here and traveled south along Monroe Street to Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd (Maryland 648 - Annapolis Road). U.S. 301 became Maryland 3 when the US Route was given a new alignment via Maryland 71 along the Eastern Shore. Maryland 3 was truncated with the completion of Interstate 97 through Glen Burnie. Photo taken 06/27/10.
A second Maryland John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway trailblazer remains in place on U.S. 1 (Wilkens Avenue) northbound between Addison Street and S. Fulton Avenue. Wilkens Avenue continues a short distance to Mount Street and Ramsay Street before ending. The old trailblazers directed motorists east onto Ramsay Street (Cole Street east for trucks) to Carey Street south and Washington Boulevard north. Photo taken 06/27/10.
U.S. 1 turns onto Fulton Avenue northbound from Wilkens Avenue eastbound. Fulton Avenue begins two blocks to the south at Eagle Street. Note the traffic light with both a red ball and a green arrow illuminated. U.S. 1 travels the one-way street couplet of Monroe Street & Fulton Avenue between Wilkens Avenue and North Avenue west of downtown Baltimore. Photo taken 06/27/10.
Fulton Avenue varies between two and three lanes as it carries U.S. 1 through west-central Baltimore. Pictured here is the signalized intersection with Pratt Street. Pratt Street comprises the eastbound direction of Maryland 144 from Frederick Avenue to U.S. 1. The street continues beyond the east end of Maryland 144 into downtown Baltimore. Photo taken 06/27/10.
Lombard Street is an important part of the downtown Baltimore traffic flow. However west of Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, the east-west street downgrades in importance as a residential thoroughfare to U.S. 1.
Lombard Street westbound intersects Fulton Avenue in this scene, becoming a part of Maryland 144 (unsigned) west to Frederick Avenue at Payson Street in the process. Maryland 144 represents older alignments of U.S. 40 from Baltimore west to Cumberland. Photo taken 10/13/04.
The confluence of Hollins Street, Frederick Avenue, and Fulton Avenue (U.S. 1 north). Frederick Avenue enters the intersection at a diagonal and is one-way leading to Fulton Avenue from both directions. Hollins Street radiates outward from Fulton Avenue perpendicularly at the same intersection. Frederick Avenue represents the original routing of U.S. 29 and U.S. 40 Alternate from U.S. 1 west to Catonsville and Ellicott City. Photo taken 06/27/10.
One block north of the historic northern terminus of U.S. 29 is the intersection with Baltimore Street. Baltimore Street provides an east-west through route between Hilton Parkway and Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. 30" signals govern the movements between the two city streets. Photo taken 06/27/10.
Fayette Street flows west from the University of Maryland at Baltimore and Poppleton to intersect U.S. 1 (Fulton Avenue) in this scene. Some older maps tout Fayette Street as U.S. 40 Alternate through central Baltimore. Photo taken 06/27/10.
Midway between Baltimore Street and U.S. 40 (Mulberry & Franklin Streets) on U.S. 1 (Fulton Avenue) northbound at Lexington Street. Photo taken 06/27/10.
U.S. 1 (Fulton Avenue) north at Saratoga Street, west of Franklin Square. Photo taken 06/27/10.
U.S. 1 (Fulton Avenue) northbound at Mulberry Street eastbound. Mulberry Street (former U.S. 40 east) parallels the depressed Interstate 170 freeway between Pulaski Street and Greene Street. Completed in 1979, the former Interstate 170 freeway opened as the first link of the downtown spur from Interstate 70. By the early 1980s it was clear that Interstate 70 would never be built within the city of Baltimore, so in 1983 the freeway became part of the U.S. 40 corridor. Mulberry Street comprises the eastbound frontage street of the highway. Photo taken 06/27/10.
Original button copy overhead dating from the 1979 completion of the Interstate 170 freeway. This sign directs U.S. 1 (Fulton Avenue) northbound motorists onto Franklin Street westbound for U.S. 40 west. The blank space below the U.S. 40 shield was intended for "Interstate 170 west". U.S. 40 departs the former Interstate 170 freeway below and merges with Franklin Street at Pulaski Street, two blocks to the west. From there U.S. 40 continues west to Edmondson Avenue and Gwynns Falls Park. Photo taken 06/27/10.
Northbound reassurance marker for U.S. 1 posted at the Fulton Avenue intersection with Franklin Street. Franklin Street (former U.S. 40 west) constitutes the westbound frontage street of the U.S. 40 freeway between Greene and Pulaski Streets. Photo taken 06/20/12.
U.S. 1 continues another 14 blocks north to North Avenue (U.S. 40 Truck) from U.S. 40. Fulton Avenue meanwhile switches to two way traffic at Edmondson Avenue, one block north of Franklin. Photo taken 06/20/12.
Fulton Avenue gains a grassy median between Edmondson Avenue and Maryland 26 (Pennsylvania Avenue). While carrying two way traffic from this intersection northward, U.S. 1 remains split between Fulton Avenue north and Monroe Street south. Photo taken 06/20/12.
U.S. 1 joins U.S. 40 Truck along North Avenue from Monroe Street & Fulton Avenue east to Belair Road. The six-lane surface boulevard heads east between Bolton Hill and Druid Hill Park to Interstate 83 (Jones Falls Expressway) at Mount Royal Avenue. Photo taken 08/27/05.
The northbound on-ramp to the Jones Falls Expressway also provides connections to Exit 7 of Interstate 83 to Druid Park Lake Drive west and West 28th Street east to Johns Hopkins University. Mount Royal Avenue angles southeast from U.S. 1 at Interstate 83 to the University of Baltimore and Mount Vernon. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Just east of Mount Royal Avenue is the southbound on-ramp to Interstate 83 to downtown. Photo taken 08/27/05.
Interstate 83 lines the east side of the central business district and ends as President Street south to Fells Point. Photo taken 08/27/05.
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Lowering toward Howard Street, U.S. 1 (North Avenue) drivers see a northbound reassurance marker. Photos taken 12/28/07.
Howard Street ventures north from Mount Vernon to John Hopkins University, crossing U.S. 1 (North Avenue) at this traffic light. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Maryland Avenue flows south to Falls Road at the adjacent Maryland 25 split into Lafayette and Lanvale Streets. The street passes over Interstate 83 to the University of Baltimore and Mount Vernon. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Charles Street represents unsigned Maryland 139 north from U.S. 1 (North Avenue) to Johns Hopkins University. The state route travels 7.88 miles to Exit 25 of the Baltimore Beltway at Lutherville. Photo taken 12/28/07.
St. Paul Street crosses U.S. 1 two blocks east of Charles Street and doubles as unsigned Maryland 139 south from Guilford to North Avenue. Where Maryland 139 ends, Maryland 2 begins and continues St. Paul Street south into downtown Baltimore. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Like Maryland 139, Maryland 2 also partitions into a one-way street couplet. Calvert Street carries the northbound direction of the state highway from Pratt Street at the Inner Harbor. Maryland 2 stretches 80.56 miles south from Baltimore to Solomons Island in Calvert County. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Meeting U.S. 1 at the next traffic light is Guilford Avenue. Guilford Avenue travels south to The Fallsway and Mt. Royal Avenue and along side Interstate 83 to the central business district. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Northbound U.S. 1 (North Avenue) at Barclay Street. Photo taken 06/30/10.
Greenmount Avenue travels north from Ensor Street to become Maryland 45 at U.S. 1 (North Avenue). The state route follows all of old U.S. 111 from Baltimore north to the Pennsylvania state line. Photo taken 06/30/10.
U.S. 1 travels along side Greenmount Cemetery from Maryland 45 (Greenmount Avenue) to Ensor Street. North Avenue loses the concrete median and reduces to four overall lanes. The reassurance marker here was not retained when the street light to which it was attached was replaced. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Homewood Avenue links U.S. 1 (North Avenue) with 25th Street. Photo taken 07/02/10.
Aisquith Street provides part of a through route for motorists on Harford Road south to Ensor Street and downtown. Harford Road intersects U.S. 1 at the adjacent intersection but flows northbound only from Biddle Street to North Avenue. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Maryland 147 begins at U.S. 1 (North Avenue) and travels Harford Road northeast to Clifton Park, Herring Run Park, Hamilton and Parkville outside the city limits. The state route totals 18.81 miles to U.S. 1 & U.S. 1 Business outside Bel Air in Harford County. Photo taken 06/30/10.
Bond Street flows north from Madison Street to end at this traffic light with U.S. 1 (North Avenue). Photo taken 06/30/10.
Broadway constitutes a divided parkway south to Johns Hopkins Hospital, Washington Hill and Fells Point and northeast to Maryland 147 (Harford Road) at Bonaparte Avenue. Photo taken 06/30/10.
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Wolfe Street (south) and Washington Street (north) provide a through route between U.S. 1 and Fleet Street near Fells Point and Canton. Washington Street becomes St. Lo Drive to Lake Clifton Eastern High School and Clifton Park. Photos taken 12/28/07.
Chester Street travels north to Sinclair Lane and south to Butchers Hill from U.S. 1 (North Avenue). Photo taken 12/28/07.
U.S. 1 prepares to leave North Avenue for Bel Air Road. A shield assembly at Collington Street advises motorists to keep left for the transition. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Patterson Park Avenue begins one block to the north and travels south to Collington Square, Patterson Park and Canton from U.S. 1 (North Avenue). Photo taken 12/28/07.
A small guide sign references U.S. 40 Truck, the companion of U.S. 1 along North Avenue, onto Bel Air Road. U.S. 40 Truck continues with U.S. 1 to Erdman Avenue (Maryland 151). Photo taken 12/28/07.
Gay Street stems northeast from Broadway to become Bel Air Road at U.S. 1 (North Avenue). North Avenue ends two blocks to the east at Rose Street and the entrance to Baltimore Cemetery. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Another small guide sign reflects the truck route of U.S. 1 north & U.S. 40 Truck east at Sinclair Lane. This sign acts as the nonexistent reassurance shield for U.S. 1. Sinclair Lane constitutes an east-west through street to Moravia Road and Frankford Avenue at Goodnow Hill. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Northbound travelers pass under two sets of CSX Railroad tracks and see a reassurance marker posted as Bel Air enters the Belair-Edison community. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Continuing along side Clifton Park, U.S. 1 enters a signalized intersection with Erdman Avenue. Beginning here is Maryland 151, a 10.80-mile route from Baltimore south to Sparrows Mill. U.S. 40 Truck, equally unsigned as Maryland 151 here, follows Erdman Avenue south to a three-quarter cloverleaf interchange with U.S. 40 (Pulaski Highway). Photo taken 12/28/07.
U.S. 1 (Bel Air Road) enters a short commercial strip from Maryland 151 (Erdman Avenue) to Brendan Avenue. A pedestrian signal hangs above the intersection with Lake Avenue. Photo taken 12/28/07.
U.S. 1 crests at Brendan Avenue and then lowers to cross Herring Run. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Chesterfield Avenue lines Herring Run Park northwest from U.S. 1 (Bel Air Road) to Maryland 147 and Lake Montebello. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Herring Run Park comprises a riparian park surrounding Herring Run in east Baltimore. U.S. 1 cuts across a small portion of the park and spans the Run on a 1925-built bridge. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Ascending from Herring Run, U.S. 1 (Bel Air Road) intersects Parkside Drive and leaves Herring Run Park. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Moravia Road provides part of an arc through northeastern Baltimore, continuing Cold Spring Lane east of Morgan State University to Interstates 895 (Harbor Tunnel Thruway) and 95 near the city line. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Reassurance shield for U.S. 1 north posted after Moravia Road at the Gardenville section of the city. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Woodlea Avenue joins residential areas of Gardenville with Bel Air Road. The avenue flows north into U.S. 1. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Frankford Avenue, like Moravia Road, provides a north-south through route to U.S. 40 (Pulaski Highway) and Maryland 147 (Harford Road) at Lauraville. Photo taken 12/28/07.
U.S. 1 becomes more commercialized as it approaches the Baltimore city line. A reassurance shield resides after the intersection with Montana Avenue. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Hamilton Avenue meanders east from U.S. 1 (Bel Air Road) to Rosedale outside the city and northwest to Lauraville. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Another U.S. 1 shield follows the Bel Air Road northbound intersection with Hamilton Avenue. Photo taken 12/28/07.
White Avenue provides a through route east to Hazelwood Avenue and Golden Ring Road to the suburbs of Kenwood and Golden Ring. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Signage remains consistent for U.S. 1 north with another shield posted at Mary Avenue opposite the Company 54 fire station. Photo taken 12/28/07.
An older style shield for U.S. 1 lines Bel Air Road ahead of a shopping center traffic light near Powell Avenue. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Parkmont Avenue west and Powell Avenue east provide the main streets into the Belmar community east of U.S. 1 (Bel Air Road). Photo taken 12/28/07.
Commercialized frontage continues to represent the landscape of Bel Air Road as U.S. 1 enters the Belgravia community. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Glenmore Avenue heads west from Belgravia to Hamilton and Maryland 147 (Harford Road) and east to a dead end at Belmar Park. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Continuing northeast from Glenmore Avenue on U.S. 1 (Bel Air Road) north at Rosemont Avenue south. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Kenwood Avenue stems east from U.S. 1 at Belgravia to Overlea in Baltimore County. Maryland 588 follows the road southeast from Brookwood Avenue to Golden Ring Road and U.S. 40 (Pulaski Highway). Photo taken 12/28/07.
The final U.S. 1 shield within the city of Baltimore adheres to older specifications. Photo taken 12/28/07.
U.S. 1 exits the city of Baltimore at Fleetwood Avenue. The pavement changes and so does the traffic signal assemblies. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Northern Parkway begins at U.S. 1 in Overlea and encircles northern Baltimore to Mount Washington, Pimlico, and Maryland 26 (Liberty Heights Avenue). Photo taken 12/28/07.
One block further north on U.S. 1 (Bel Air Road) in Overlea at Overlea Avenue, a short residential street flowing east. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Taylor Avenue joins Overlea with Parkville via the northeast corner of Baltimore city. The road becomes Goucher Boulevard west of Maryland 542 (Loch Raven Boulevard) en route to Towson. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Fullerton Avenue provides a cut off between U.S. 1 (Bel Air Road) and Kenwood Avenue at Overlea. Photo taken 12/28/07.
An older MDSHA-standard shield for U.S. 1 follows on Bel Air Road after Fullerton Avenue. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Henry Avenue connects U.S. 1 with the Linhigh residential area west of the Baltimore Beltway. Photo taken 12/28/07.
U.S. 1 (Bel Air Road) widens briefly into a four-lane divided highway between Fowler Avenue and Rossville Boulevard to accommodate movements to Interstate 695. Photo taken 12/28/07.
A full cloverleaf interchange joins Interstate 695 with U.S. 1 (Bel Air Road) between Overlea and Fullerton. The beltway travels south to Interstate 95, Essex, and Dundalk from U.S. 1. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Interstate 695 curves northwest to Parkville, Carney and Towson from U.S. 1. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Leaving Interstate 695 behind, U.S. 1 (Bel Air Road) enters a heavily commercialized area centered around Rossville Boulevard. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Rossville Boulevard shadows Interstate 695 to the east from Fullerton and U.S. 1 south to U.S. 40 at Rossville. North of U.S. 1, the road connects with Putty Hill Avenue to Maryland 147 at Parkville. Photo taken 07/02/10.
Heavily congested U.S. 1 (Bel Air Road) rises through Fullerton. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Putty Hill Avenue east and Ridge Road west come together at U.S. 1 (Bel Air Road) at the next traffic light. Putty Hill Avenue does not directly connect with the road west from Rossville Boulevard and instead acts as a local connector to Walter Boulevard. Photo taken 07/02/10.
U.S. 1 passes over Maryland 43 (White Marsh Boulevard). Separate connector ramps join U.S. 1 north and south independent of one another to Maryland 43. Maryland 43 constitutes a controlled-access arterial west to Exit 31C of Interstate 695 and east to Interstate 95 and U.S. 40. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Maryland 43 originally only traveled as a freeway between U.S. 40 (Pulaski Highway) and Interstate 95 (Exit 67). An extension west to Interstate 695 was touted as a freeway, but built as a surface route in 1994. A further extension southeast opened by 2006, continuing White Marsh Boulevard south to Maryland 150 (Eastern Boulevard). Photo taken 12/28/07.
Leaving the confluence with Maryland 43 (White Marsh Boulevard) on U.S. 1 north near Necker. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Silver Spring Road leads south from Joppa Road and U.S. 1 at Necker to an area north of Maryland 43 and White Marsh Mall. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Five lanes of U.S. 1 (Bel Air Road) enter the congested Perry Hall area and intersect Ebenezer Road east and westbound Joppa Road. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Joppa Road continues east from U.S. 1 (Bel Air Road) through a myriad of residential subdivisions to end at Maryland 7 (Philadelphia Road), east of Interstate 95. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Chapel Road provides a cut off to Joppa Road southeast from U.S. 1. Photo taken 12/28/07.
U.S. 1 bisects Northview Shopping Center and Perry Hall Marketplace at the next northbound shield assembly. Photo taken 12/28/07.
U.S. 1 enters Germantown and intersects Forge Road east. Forge Road serves a handful of neighborhoods east to its end at Interstate 95. Photo taken 12/28/07.
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A reprieve of the suburban landscape is a welcome sight for northbound drivers along U.S. 1 after Forge Road. Bel Air Road reduces back to four lanes and lowers to Gunpowder Falls State Park. Photos taken 12/28/07.
U.S. 1 bottoms out at the crossing over Gunpowder Falls at the Gunpowder Falls State Park Central Area and the Big Gunpowder Trail. Photo taken 12/28/07.
U.S. 1 leaves Gunpowder Falls State Park and next meets Mount Vista Road at a signalized intersection. Mt. Vista Road heads north to Mountvista (Maryland 147) and east to Raphel Road, south of Upper Falls. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Continuing northeast from Mt. Vista Road toward Kingsville on U.S. 1 (Bel Air Road) north. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Entering Kingsville, U.S. 1 splits with Jerusalem Road east to Gunpowder Falls State Park ahead of the traffic light with Bradshaw Road south and Sunshine Avenue north. Left turns are prohibited to Sunshine Avenue north from U.S. 1 north. Instead motorists must use Jerusalem Road to Bradshaw Road north to make the movement. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Sunshine Avenue arcs northwest to Maryland 147 (Harford Road) at Fork, opposite Fork Road. Bradshaw Road sinks southeast to Upper Falls and Maryland 7 at Bradshaw. Photo taken 12/28/07.
Leaving Kingsville and Bradshaw Road, northbound drivers see the next U.S. 1 shield. Photo taken 12/28/07.
U.S. 1 enters another unit of Gunpowder Falls State Park and crosses Little Gunpowder Falls into Harford County. Photo taken 12/28/07.


 


Photo Credits:

06/02/03, 10/10/04, 10/13/04, 08/27/05, 12/28/07, 06/27/10, 06/30/10, 07/02/10, 06/20/12 by AARoads

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Interstate 695 - Baltimore Beltway
U.S. 40

Page Updated 07-14-2012.