List of roads in Baltimore County, Maryland

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The following are major and notable roads in Baltimore County, Maryland.


Road Route Places Landmarks Notes
Allegheny Avenue Towson
Annapolis Road Waterview Avenue (in Baltimore City) to Belle Grove Road (in Anne Arundel County) Baltimore Highlands Turns into Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard in Anne Arunel County, which is Exit 5 off Baltimore Beltway


Street Route Places Landmarks Notes
Back River Neck Road Old Eastern Avenue to Riverview Road Essex Rocky Point Park One of the original boundaries of Essex.[1] Continues north of Old Eastern as Stemmers Run Road. Part of route of bus routes 23, 55, and 160.
Baldwin Mill Road Pleasantville Road to Maryland Route 23 (in Harford County) Baldwin
Baltimore National Pike Edmondson Avenue (in Baltimore City) to I-70 (in Howard County) Catonsville Westview Mall
Patapsco State Park
Part of US Route 40. Exit 15 off Baltimore Beltway. Part of route of Bus Routes 20 and 150.
Beaver Dam Road Shawan Road to Padonia Road Cockeysville Oregon Ridge Park
Gilroy Road Light Rail Stop
Warren Road Light Rail Stop
Part of a longer road that is made of Cuba Road, Beaver Dam Road, Deereco Road, and Greenspring Drive.
Beckleysville Road Brick Store Road to Freeland Road Beckleysville
Belair Road North Avenue (in Baltimore City) to Harford Road in Harford County, where US-1 splits into Baltimore Pike and Belair Bypass, both designated US-1. Overlea
Perry Hall
Gunpowder Falls State Park Part of US Route 1. Exit 32 off Baltimore Beltway. Part of route of Bus Routes 15 and 55.
Belfast Road Falls Road to York Road Butler
Exit 24 off I-83
Bethlehem Boulevard North Point Boulevard to Shipyard Road Edgemere
Sparrows Point
Exit 43 off Baltimore Beltway
Black Rock Road Lower Beckleysville Road to Falls Road
Bloomsbury Avenue Frederick Road to Rolling Road Catonsville Catonsville High School Continues north of Frederick Road as Ingleside Avenue. Part of Bus Route 77.
Bonita Avenue Owings Mills Boulevard to Worthington Avenue Owings Mills Was previously a longer road that ran from Reisterstown Road. In the 1980s, part of this road was converted into Owings Mills Boulevard. The southern portion was renamed from Bonita Ave to Goff Ln.
Bosley Avenue Fairmount Avenue to Towsontown Boulevard in Towson (semicircle) Towson Baltimore County Courthouse
Northeast side of the Towson University campus
South of Towsontown Boulevard (southern end), changes to W. Burke Avenue, and then at York Road changes to Burke Avenue a two-lane residential street that continues to the area of the Towson Marketplace and becomes Hillen Road and then Putty Hill Avenue.
Broening Highway Baltimore Beltway to O'Donnell Street (in Baltimore City) Dundalk Dundalk Marine Terminal
Maryland Transportation Authority headquarters
Exit 44 off Baltimore Beltway
Burke Avenue Towsontown Blvd to Hillen Rd Towson West of York Rd is technically W. Burke Avenue.
Butler Road Hanover Pike to Falls Road Glyndon
Historic Glyndon township and rail station Splits into Worthingon Avenue; at this point, turning left continues on Butler, and going straight goes onto Worthington, which leads to Greenspring Avenue


Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Caves Road Garrison Forest Road to Greenspring Avenue Owings Mills Once served by defunct bus route M-12
Charles Street Federal Hill (in Baltimore city) to Bellona Avenue (north of Beltway) Rodgers Forge
Baltimore County Board of Education In Baltimore City, Charles Street is one of the city's main streets, dividing the west and east sides of the city. In Baltimore County, Charles Street continues as a major, multi-lane, divided road up to where it intersects with the Baltimore Beltway (exit 25).
Chesapeake Avenue Towson BCPL Towson branch One-way pair with Pennsylvania Avenue
Cockeys Mill Road Main Street (Reisterstown) to dead end Reisterstown BCPL (Reisterstown branch)
Franklin Elementary School
Former location of the destroyed R. Brent Keyser house. The house was used during the 19th century as the Confederacy Signal Corps, and was destroyed by fire in 1940.[2] Some of the remains of a part of this road that is no longer in use for automobile traffic is in use for a trail in the Liberty Watershed.[3]
Corbett Road York Road to Old York Road Monkton
Cranbrook Road York Road to Padonia Road Cockeysville
Cromwell Bridge Road Providence Road to Cub Hill Road/Glen Arm Road Towson
Loch Raven High School Formerly Maryland Route 567. Exit 29 off the Baltimore Beltway (shared with Loch Raven Boulevard. The section west of this exit and inside the Beltway is lined with office space and homes while the section east of this exit and outside the Beltway is primarily rural and undeveloped. At its northeastern end, Cub Hill Road is to the right, and Glen Arm Road to the left. That part of Cromwell Bridge between Satyr Hill Road and Cub Hill Road was, until the late 1800s, part of Old Harford Road.


Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Deereco Road Padonia Road to Timonium Road Timonium Timonium Light Rail Stop Part of a longer road that is made of Cuba Road, Beaver Dam Road, Deereco Road, and Greenspring Drive.
Deer Park Road Liberty Road to Sykesville Road (in Carroll County) Randallstown
Soldiers Delight Natural Environmental Area Split into two sections. The first off Liberty Road dead-ends past Ivy Mill Road. The second part begins west off Ivy Mill Road about a mile north as a continuation to Nicodemus Road, crosses into Carroll County, and ends at Sykesville Road.
Dogwood Road Old Court Road to Baltimore City Line (continues as Franklintown Road) Windsor Mill
St. Mary's Episcopal Church
Dolfield Road various sections Owings Mills Dolfield Road, once a single road, has various sections. One is from Painters Mill Road to a dead end, with the portion running through Owings Mills Industrial Park technically named S. Dolfield Road. One is from Deer Park Road to Lakeside Boulevard. Another road, now called Dolfield Boulevard (proposed as a much longer road) proceeds north from Lakeside Boulevard to Pleasant Hill Rd and from Reisterstown Road south to a dead end.

A current proposal is in place to expand the portion of Dolfield Road north of Owings Mills New Town by extending its route to Reisterstown Road,[4] widening the road to four lanes, constructing an interchange with I-795,[5] and naming it "Dolfield Boulevard". This plan has long been delayed due to community opposition for various reasons, including the demolition of some houses and removal of land from others[6] and some history.[7][8][9] A stub of the proposed Dolfield Boulevard has existed since the mid-1990s, serving as an entrance/exit to the area's Target store.

Dover Road Hanover Pike to Butler Road (northern section)
Tufton Avenue to Greenspring Avenue (southern section)
Home of Cal Ripken Jr. Part of former route of No. 5 Streetcar Line
Dulaney Valley Road York Road/Joppa Road (known as Towson Circle to Manor Road Hampton
Long Green
Towson Town Center
Towson Sheraton
Goucher College
Stella Maris Hospice
Loch Raven Reservoir
Route 146 becomes Jarrettsville Pike at the Loch Raven Reservoir. Dulaney Valley Road splits off unnumbered, then continues east to Manor Road.
Dundalk Avenue Eastern Avenue to dead end Dundalk


Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Eastern Boulevard President Street to Greenbank Road Essex
Middle River
Eastpoint Mall Exit 38 off Baltimore Beltway. Known as "Eastern Avenue" throughout Baltimore City and up to crossing of Back River. Then known as "Eastern Boulevard" from Back River to Carroll Island Road. From there to end, again known as "Eastern Avenue"
Ebenezer Road Belair Road to Honeygo Boulevard
Philadelphia Road to Graces Quarters Road
Perry Hall
Formerly designated as MD-149. There are two Ebenezer Roads: one in the Perry Hall area, and one in Chase
Edmondson Avenue Chalfonte Drive to Fremont Avenue (in Baltimore City) Catonsville Catonsville Middle School Exit 14 off Baltimore Beltway


Street Route Community Landmarks Notes
Fairmount Avenue York Road to Hillen Road Towson Towson Town Center
Towson Sheraton
Goucher College
A short, divided multi-lane road that runs along the north and east sides of central Towson. This road, when going straight, changes into this map or details.
Falls Road Lanvalle Street (in Baltimore City) to Schalk Road No. 1 (in Carroll County) Brooklandville
Falls Road Light Rail Stop
Robert E. Lee Memorial Park
The Cloisters
Greenspring Station
St. Paul's School
Just north of the interchange between the Bus Route 60.
Fork Road Harford Road to Pleasantville Road Baldwin
Continues north of Fork as Baldwin Mill Road
Franklin Boulevard Red Run Boulevard to Reisterstown Road Reisterstown Exit 7 off I-795. Continues east of Reisterstown Road as E. Cherry Hill Road. Changes into Red Run Boulevard at Church Road.
Franklin Square Drive Campbell Boulevard to Rossville Boulevard White Marsh
Franklin Square Hospital Section between King Avenue and Campbell Boulevard completed in 1997. Served by bus routes 4, 35, and 55.
Frederick Road Baltimore City Line to Howard County Line Catonsville BCPL Catonsville branch
Benjamin Banneker Historical Park
Exit 13 off Baltimore Beltway. Continues in Baltimore City known as "Frederick Avenue," and in Howard County through historic Ellicott City known as "Main Street." West of historic Ellicott City, becomes Frederick Road once again, and also known as "Baltimore National Road" until MD-144 reaches Frederick. Part of route of Bus Route 10.
Freeland Road Middletown Road to Harris Mill Road Middletown
Maryland Line
Exit 37 off I-83. Formerly designated MD-409


Street Route Places Landmarks Notes
Garrison Forest Road Greenspring Valley Road to Greenspring Avenue (5.4 miles) Owings Mills Rosewood Center (boundary of property)
Irvine Nature Center
Maryland Veterans Cemetery
St. Thomas Church
Garrison Forest School
Most northern block carries MD-129 traffic. Part of route of now defunct bus routes 102 and Part of route of M-17
Glen Arm Road Cromwell Bridge Road to Harford Road Glen Arm Until the late 1800s was part of Old Harford Road
Golden Ring Road Hazelwood Avenue to Pulaski Highway Rosedale Part of route of Bus Route 55
Goucher Boulevard Fairmount Avenue to Loch Raven Boulevard Towson Calvert Hall College High School Part of route of Bus Route 55
Greenspring Avenue Druid Hill Park (in Baltimore City) to Tufton Avenue Pikesville
Owings Mills
Quarry Lake On the north end, continues as Worthington Avenue
Greenspring Valley Road Township Drive to Falls Road Owings Mills
Stevenson University
Gramercy Mansion
Part of route of Bus Route 60.
Gwynn Oak Avenue Security Boulevard to Belvieu Avenue (in Baltimore City) Woodlawn Gwynn Oak Park Formerly Maryland Route 126. Served by bus routes 44 and 57.
Gwynnbrook Avenue Reisterstown Road to Garrison Forest Road Owings Mills Gwynnbrook State Park
Jewish Community Center Owings Mills location
Border to property of the now-defunct Rosewood Center. Runs through property that dates back to 18th century.[10]


Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Hanover Pike Westminster Pike to Pennsylvania line (continues as Route 94 after crossing into Pennsylvania, known as "Baltimore Pike") Reisterstown
Camp Fretterd (Maryland National Guard)
Maryland Emergency Management Agency
Old Hanover Road parallels the road just north of Butler Road
Harford Road Ensor Street (in Baltimore City) to Belair Road (in Harford County) Parkville
Cub Hill
Hillen Road Fairmount Avenue to Goucher Boulevard and Loch Raven Boulevard to Baltimore City line. Towson This is an extension of Towsontown Blvd to the west. The road proceeds several miles into Baltimore City.
Holabird Avenue Newkirk Street (in Baltimore City) to Merritt Boulevard Dundalk BCPL North Point branch Continues east of Merritt Boulevard as Wise Avenue. Sometimes misspelled as "Holibird Avenue."[11]
Hollins Ferry Road Washington Boulevard to dead end west of Halethorpe Farms Road Lansdowne
Mt. Winans
Exit 9 off Baltimore Beltway.[12] Part of route of bus routes 36, 51, and 77.
Honeygo Boulevard Perry Hall Boulevard to Belair Road White Marsh
Perry Hall
White Marsh Mall
White Marsh Town Center
Last segment between Forge Road and Belair Road completed in December 2009.[13] Part of route of bus routes 15 and 35


Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Ingleside Avenue Security Boulevard to Frederick Road Woodlawn
Westview Mall
Old Salem Church and Cemetery
Has entrance to I-70. Continues north of Security Boulevard as Forest Park Avenue and south of Frederick Road as Bloomsbury Avenue. Part of route of bus routes 20 and 77. At one time, was the zone-fare boundary along the Ellicott City Railroad.[14]
Ivy Mill Road Gores Mill Road to Deer Park Road Reisterstown When southbound, Ivy Mill Road starts off Westminster Pike as Gores Mill Road. There are two separate roads called "Gores Mill Road." See Gores Mill Road for more details.


Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Jarrettsville Pike Dulaney Valley Road to Norrisville Road (in Harford County - continues as Madonna Road) Jacksonville Ladew Topiary Gardens
Joppa Road Falls Road to Philadelphia Road Riderwood
Perry Hall
Greenspring Station
Towson Town Center
Towson Marketplace
One of Baltimore County's main cross-county roads on the north side of the county. Divided in central Towson into West and East Joppa Road. To the west of central Towson, Joppa Road is primarily a two-lane residential road. In Towson, a segment is one-way westbound. To the east of the Towson Circle, it is a four+ lane commercial corridor. At Belair Road, Joppa Road is doglegged, requiring a left and a right one block later to continue on Joppa. Going straight eastbound past Belair Road brings motorists onto Ebenezer Road. Joppa Road east of Belair Road is two lanes. Bus Routes 3, 55, and 60 operate on parts of Joppa Road.


Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Kenilworth Drive Charles Street to Bosley Avenue Towson The Shops at Kenilworth Continues west of Charles Street as this map for details (Street View available).
Kenwood Avenue Belair Road (in Baltimore City) to Philadelphia Road Overlea
Overlea High School
BCPL Rosedale branch
Golden Ring Middle School
Part of Bus Route 55.


Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Lake Avenue Falls Road to Chinquapin Parkway (in Baltimore city) See also Lake Avenue entry in List of streets in Baltimore, Maryland
Lakeside Boulevard Painters Mill Road to Dolfield Road Owings Mills New Town High School
Liberty Road US-15 (in Frederick) to Swan Drive (in Baltimore city) Randallstown
Milford Mill
Exit 18 off Baltimore Beltway. Known as Liberty Heights Avenue in Baltimore City.
Loch Raven Boulevard 24th Street (in Baltimore city) to Cromwell Bridge Road Towson Exit 29 of Baltimore Beltway
Lyons Mill Road Liberty Road to Painters Mill Road Owings Mills
Deer Park Elementary School


Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Manor Road Old York Road to Glen Arm Road Phoenix
Marriottsville Road Runnymeade Road to Frederick Road (in Howard County Owings Mills
Patapsco State Park Exit 83 off I-70 in Howard County. Transverses 3 counties: Baltimore, Carroll, and Howard.
Martin Boulevard Pulaski Highway to Chesapeake Park Plaza Middle River
McCormick Road Beaver Dam Road to International Circle Hunt Valley McCormick Road (Baltimore Light Rail station) Part of Bus Route 9
McDonogh Road Reisterstown Road to Liberty Road Pikesville
Owings Mills
McDonogh School Continues past Reisterstown Road as Cradock Lane and past Liberty Road as Greens Lane. When traveling northbound between Winands and Lyons Mill Roads, going straight continues onto Painters Mill Road. A right turn is required to continue onto McDonogh Road. McDonogh Road crosses over Interstate 795 and the Baltimore Metro Subway; at this point, a Metro Subway station was once proposed, but was never constructed due to community opposition. Public transportation was also proposed on fought on a different part of McDonogh Road in 2005 when a GBBI plan to extend Bus Route M-8, then the line serving the Liberty Road corridor, to Owings Mills along McDonogh and Painters Mill Roads was opposed by residents of the portion between Liberty and Winands Roads.[15]
Merritt Boulevard Baltimore Beltway to Sollers Point Road Dundalk BCPL North Point branch Exit 39 off Baltimore Beltway
Merrymans Mill Road Poplar Hill Road to Jarrettsville Pike Cockeysville
Continuation to Maryland Route 943 (Warren Road), though not designated as such
Middletown Road Steltz Road to York Road Parkton Exit 31 off I-83
Milford Mill Road Rolling Road to Reisterstown Road Milford Mill
Milford Mill Academy
Milford Mill Metro Subway Station
Continues as Slade Avenue. A parallel section off Reisterstown Road known as Old Milford Mill Road is part of its original route. There is also an "Old Milford Mill Road" near Liberty Road. Part of route of Bus Routes 52, 54, and 77.
Monkton Road York Road to Troyer Road Hereford
Route 138 becomes Shepperd Road east of NCRR trail
Mount Carmel Road Lower Beckleysville Road to York Road Hereford
Exit 27 off I-83
Mount Wilson Lane Reisterstown Road to dead end Pikesville Ner Israel Rabbinical College


Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Nicodemus Road Ivy Mill Road to Franklin Boulevard Reisterstown Baltimore County Police Franklin Precinct
Baltimore County Humane Society
Exit 7 (Franklin Boulevard) from the southbound side lets off on Nicodemus. Continues west of Ivy Mill Road as Deer Park Road
North Point Boulevard Rolling Mill Road (in Baltimore city; continues as Erdman Avenue) to Sparrows Point Road Dundalk
North Point
Sparrows Point
Eastpoint Mall Exits 40 and 42 off Baltimore Beltway
North Point Road Pulaski Highway (in Baltimore City) to Howard Avenue (in Fort Howard, Maryland) Dundalk
North Point
Sparrows Point
Fort Howard
"Battle Acre" Monument
North Point State Battlefield Park
Sparrows Point High School
North Point State Park
Ft. Howard Veterans Hospital
Fort Howard Park-Baltimore County Parks System
Formerly Maryland Route 20. Stops and restarts several times, with North Point Boulevard being the road used where the historic old North Point Road has been built over and does not exist in certain segments. Pathway followed in September 1814 during War of 1812, by invading British Army attacking Baltimore on land at North Point and heading for eastern fortifications of city at "Loudenschlager's Hill" (later "Hampstead Hill" in modern Patterson Park, near Highlandtown and Canton neighborhoods. Also location of "Riverview" amusement park in late 1890's and early 1900's, operated by Baltimore streetcar company at present site of North Point State Park.


Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Old Court Road Joppa Road to Howard County line (continues as Woodstock Road) Granite
Northwest Hospital
Old Court Middle School
Talmudical Academy of Baltimore
Old Court Metro Station
Beth Tfiloh School
Beth Tfiloh Congregation
Park School
Various parts of this 13-mile road are numbered as Maryland Routes 125 and 133. Initially ends using name "Old Court Road" at Falls Road, where road physically continues as Ruxton Road and intersects with I-83. After this interchange, a left turn continues another short stretch of road known as "Old Court Road," which continues to Joppa Road.
Old Harford Road North of Cub Hill Road to Harford Road (in Baltimore City) Carney
Cub Hill Fire Tower[16]
Charles Hickey School[17]
Tall Cedars of Lebanon
Part of route of Bus Route 19. Once included part of Cromwell Bridge Road, and all of Glen Arm and Satyr Hill Roads.
Old Pimlico Road Falls Road to Smith Avenue Pikesville From Falls Road, starts out westbound, until a left turn is required to continue on Old Pimlico Road. When going straight at this point, the road changes to Green Summit Road. After this point, the road becomes Bus Route M-10.
Old York Road York Road to Norrisville Road (in Harford County) Exit 36 off I-83
Osler Drive Towsontown Boulevard to Stevenson Lane Towson Towson University
Sheppard Pratt
St. Joseph Hospital
A short but well-known five-lane road in the Towson area that provides access to the Towson University campus and the entrances to Sheppard Pratt and St. Joseph Hospitals. Part of route of Bus Route 3. Served in the past by bus routes 11 and 55.
Owings Mills Boulevard Lyons Mill Road to Bond Avenue (continues as Central Avenue) Owings Mills Stevenson University Owings Mills campus
Maryland Public Television
Exit 4 off I-795. Continues north past Bond Avenue as Central Avenue before ending at Butler Road. There is also a proposed extension south to Liberty Road.


Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Padonia Road Falls Road to Sunnylake Place Cockeysville Dulaney High School Exit 17 off I-83. Continues west of Falls Road as Broadway Road, which ends at Greenspring Avenue. Part of route of Bus Route 9.
Painters Mill Road Reisterstown Road to McDonogh Road Owings Mills Owings Mills Metro Subway Station Part of route of bus routes 56 and 59.
Paper Mill Road Ashland Road to Jarrettsville Pike Hunt Valley
Route 145 Continues east of Jarrettsville Pike as Sweet Air Road
Park Heights Avenue Park Circle in Baltimore City to Garrison Forest Road Pikesville
Owings Mills
Exit 21 of Baltimore Beltway inner loop
Peninsula Expressway Merritt Boulevard to Bethlehem Boulevard Dundalk
Sparrows Point
Exit 43 off Baltimore Beltway
Pennsylvania Avenue Towson One-way pair with Chesapeake Avenue
Perring Parkway Waltham Woods Road to Hillen Road (in Baltimore City) Parkville Exit 30 off Baltimore Beltway. Waltham Woods Road continues north to Cub Hill Road. Perring Parkway continues south to Hillen Road.
Perry Hall Boulevard Silver Spring Road to Rossville Boulevard White Marsh
Perry Hall
White Marsh Mall is nearby Continues south of Rossville Boulevard as Lillian Holt Drive to Kenwood Avenue
Philadelphia Road Pulaski Highway to Pulaski Highway (in Harford County - continues as Old Philadelphia Road) Rosedale
Golden Ring Mall Exit 34 of Baltimore Beltway
Providence Road Joppa Road to Loch Raven Drive Towson Exit 28 off Baltimore Beltway. Up until 1996, when buses were discontinued, the Maryland Transit Administration operated a park-and-ride near the exit. The south end of the road terminates at Joppa Road East, next to the Public Safety Building and the main offices of Black & Decker.
Pulaski Highway Fayette Street (in Baltimore City) to Dupont Boulevard (in Delaware) Rosedale
White Marsh
Golden Ring Plaza Exit 35 off Baltimore Beltway
Putty Hill Avenue Hillen Road to Belair Road Towson
Towson Marketplace
Tall Cedars of Lebanon
Part of a long cross-county route from Towson to Essex that appears as a single road. Full route starts as Burke Avenue to Putty Hill. Putty Hill goes straight into Rossville Boulevard at Walther Boulevard. A lesser section of Putty Hill Avenue that runs from Walther Boulevard to Belair Road continues onto Ridge Road.


Street Route Places Landmarks Notes
Red Run Boulevard Franklin Boulevard to dead end east of Painters Mill Road Owings Mills
Owings Mills Town Center
Reisterstown Road North Avenue (in Baltimore city) to Caraway Road in Reisterstown Pikesville
Owings Mills
Continues north as Main Street before Route 140 continues to Westminster and going straight continues onto Maryland Route 30
Ridgely Road Dulaney Valley Road to dead end Timonium Lutherville Light Rail Stop
Rolling Road Old Court Road to Frederick Road
Frederick Road to Selford Road
Milford Mill
Windsor Mill
Old Court Middle School
Security Square Mall
CCBC Catonsville
There are a few sections of Rolling Road. The northern section is from Old Court Road to Frederick Road, with the section from Security Boulevard to Frederick Road being called N. Rolling Road. This is not numbered. The next section, which is known as Maryland Route 166, is from Frederick Road about ½ mile east to the Southwest Park-and-Ride. It is just south of here that the road splits into Selford Road and Metropolitan Boulevard. Metropolitan Boulevard leads to I-195 toward BWI Airport. There is another small road called "Rolling Road" in the Arbutus area; this was once known as Maryland Route 466. The two latter sections are called S. Rolling Road.
Rosewood Lane Reisterstown Road to Garrison Forest Road Owings Mills Rosewood Center Access road to the now defunct Rosewood Center
Rossville Boulevard Walther Boulevard to Stemmers Run Road Fullerton
CCBC Essex Campus Part of a long cross-county route from Towson to Essex that appears as a single road. Full route starts off Bosley Avenue, then continues as Burke Avenue to Putty Hill. Putty Hill goes straight into Rossville Boulevard at Walther Boulevard. Rossville Boulevard ends at a junction in which Stemmers Run Road is to the left, and Mace Avenue to the right. A stub of Rossville Boulevard never extended beyond exists as a park 'n ride lot.
Ruxton Road Falls Road to Bellona Avenue Ruxton Exit 12 off I-83. Continues west of Falls Road as Old Court Road.


Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Sacred Heart Lane Butler Road to Walgrove Road Reisterstown
Security Boulevard CMS complex west of Greengage Road to the city line (near Forest Park Avenue) where it continues as Cooks Lane Woodlawn Security Square Mall
Social Security Administration headquarters
Exit 17 off Baltimore Beltway and exit 94 off I-70. Continues as Cooks Lane in Baltimore City. Served by bus routes 15, 40, 44, 57, and 77.
Seminary Avenue Falls Road to Providence Road Lutherville St. Paul's School
Seven Mile Lane Old Court Road to Reisterstown Road (continues as Colonial Road) Pikesville Pikesville Middle School
Seven Mile Market
Suburban Orthodox Synagogue[18]
Shawan Road Falls Road to York Road Cockeysville
Hunt Valley
Hunt Valley Town Center
Hunt Valley Light Rail Stop
Oregon Ridge Park
Exit 20 off I-83
Slade Avenue Seven Mile Lane to dead end past Military Avenue Pikesville Baltimore Hebrew Congregation Part of a longer road that is physically one road including Milford Mill Road, Slade Avenue, and Smith Avenue. This full road runs from a dead end slightly past Rolling Road to the Mt. Washington Light Rail Stop.
Smith Avenue Seven Mile Lane to Mt. Washington Light Rail Stop Pikesville Pikesville Senior High School
Wellwood International School
Greenspring Shopping Center
Part of a longer road that is physically one road including Milford Mill Road, Slade Avenue, and Smith Avenue. This full road runs from a dead end slightly past Rolling Road to the Mt. Washington Light Rail Stop.
Sollers Point Road Holabird Avenue to Main Street Dundalk CCBC Dundalk campus Part of route of bus routes 4, and 10.
Southeast Freeway/Boulevard Baltimore Beltway to Back River Neck Road Essex Exit 36 off Baltimore Beltway. Is a limited-access highway known as "Southeast Freeway" until Old Eastern Avenue, where it becomes "Southeast Boulevard."
Southwestern Boulevard Wilkens Avenue (in Baltimore City) to Washington Boulevard Arbutus
Halethorpe MARC Rail Station Part of US Route 1. Exit 12-A off Baltimore Beltway (from outer loop only). Has entrance to inner loop only via Leeds Avenue.
Stevenson Lane Charles Street to Brook Road Rodgers Forge
Part of route of bus routes 3 and 11.
Stevenson Road Old Court Road to Wiltonwood Road Pikesville
Chizuk Amuno Congregation Exit 21 off outer loop of Baltimore Beltway, shared with Park Heights Avenue
Sudbrook Lane/Sudbrook Road Rockridge Road to Old Court Road Sudbrook Park
One-lane bridge North of Milford Mill Road it is known as Sudbrook Lane. South of Milford Mill Road it is known as Sudbrook Road. East of Reisterstown Road it is known as E. Sudbrook Lane.
Sulphur Spring Road Selford Road to Washington Boulevard Arbutus BCPL Arbutus branch Exit 11 off Baltimore Beltway from outer loop. Exit 11 is mainly one of the two interchanges between the Beltway and I-95, but also has a ramp leading to this road from the outer loop. This exit is used for reaching Washington Boulevard, which does not have an exit ramp from the outer loop.
Sweet Air Road Jarrettsville Pike to Baldwin Mill Road Jacksonville


Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Timonium Road Mays Chapel Road to Dulaney Valley Road Timonium Exit 16 off I-83
Towsontown Boulevard Charles Street to Fairmount Avenue Towson Towson University A four-lane road that runs from Charles Street to Bus Route 11.
Tufton Avenue Greenspring Avenue to Falls Road Reisterstown Continues east of Falls Road as Shawan Road


Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Walther Boulevard Joppa Road to Rossville Boulevard (continues as Rolling Crest Way) Perry Hall See also similarly named Walther Avenue in Baltimore City
Warren Road I-83 to Poplar Hill Road (continues as Merrymans Mill Road Cockeysville Warren Road Light Rail Stop Exit 18 off I-83 (accessible from northbound only). Part of route of Bus Route 9.
Washington Avenue York Road to Towsontown Boulevard Towson
Washington Boulevard Dover Street to near Cherry Lane (in Prince George's County) Halethorpe Exit 10 off Baltimore Beltway. Is US-1 ALT from city line to Southwestern Boulevard and US-1 south of Southwestern Boulevard. Served by bus routes 35, 36, and 77.
White Marsh Boulevard Baltimore Beltway to Eastern Boulevard Fullerton
White Marsh
Middle River
White Marsh Town Center Exit 31C off Baltimore Beltway and Exit 67 off I-95. Part of route of Bus Route 15.
Wilkens Avenue Rolling Road to Gilmor Street (in Baltimore City) Catonsville
Spring Grove State Hospital
Exit 12-BC off Baltimore Beltway. Designated as MD-372 from west end at Rolling Road to Southwestern Boulevard in Baltimore City, where it becomes part of US-1 up until Fulton Avenue.
Winands Road Deer Park Road to Old Court Road Randallstown Randallstown High School
WBAL-AM towers
Windsor Mill Road Inwood Road to Clifton Avenue (in Baltimore City) Windsor Mill
Windsor Mill Middle School
Kernan Hospital
Part of route of Bus Route 77.
Wise Avenue Merritt Boulevard to North Point Boulevard Dundalk
Patapsco High School Continues west of Merritt Boulevard as Holabird Avenue. Served by Bus Route 4.
Woodlawn Drive Gwynn Oak Avenue to Johnnycake Road Woodlawn Social Security Administration headquarters
Woodlawn High School
BCPL Woodlawn branch
Continues past Johnnycake Road as Crosby Road
Worthington Avenue Butler Road to Tufton Avenue Reisterstown To the west, continues as Butler Road. To the east, continues as Greenspring Avenue.


Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
York Road 42nd Street (in Baltimore city) to Mason-Dixon Line (continues as Susquehanna Trail) Towson
Maryland Line
Towson University
BCPL Towson branch
Towson Commons
Timonium Fairgrounds
Starts in Baltimore City as Greenmount Avenue. Becomes Susquehanna Trail in Pennsylvania. Served by Bus Route 8 south of Ridgely Road (also bus routes 12 and 48 south of Towson) and Bus Route 9 on parts of the road north of Ridgely Road.

See also

Maryland portal

  • List of streets in Baltimore, Maryland


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