List of streets in Baltimore

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This is a list of notable streets in the city of Baltimore, Maryland, United States.

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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Annapolis Road City line near Patapsco Avenue north to MD 295 (continues south to Annapolis as Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard) Westport, Mt. Winans RESCO waste incinerator
Patapsco Flea Market and Arena
Entire length is MD 648.
The Alameda Harford Road north to Limit Avenue at city line (continues south as St. Lo Drive; continues north as Sherwood Road) Ramblewood
Wilson Park
Pen Lucy
Baltimore City College Planned as a road through a park when constructed.[1] Carries MD 542 from south end to Loch Raven Boulevard. Served by bus routes 3 and 36.
Aliceanna Street Boston Street west to dead end at Inner Harbor Inner Harbor East, Fells Point, Canton National Katyn Massacre Memorial Site of house where Frederick Douglass once lived as slave (not known by that name then).[2] Furniture store that was seed to Hecht's department store first opened on this street in the 1850s. Has a traffic circle with President Street.
Argonne Drive Old York Road east to Harford Road (continues west as E. 39th Street; continues east as Parkside Drive) Lauraville
Pen Lucy
Morgan State University
House of Ruth
Northwood Shop. Ctr.
Herring Run Park
Art Museum Drive Howard Street east to Charles Street Charles Village Baltimore Museum of Art Street is one block long. Front of the Baltimore Museum of Art is located on this street.

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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Baltimore National Pike Edmondson Avenue west to city line near Charing Cross Road (continues to I-70 to Frederick) Ten Hills Only a small portion of this road exists in the city; it continues US 40 westward through Catonsville and Ellicott City before merging with I-70 at Exit 82.
Baltimore Street Caton Avenue to Haven Street Sowebo
Downtown Baltimore
Highlandtown
Bon Secours Hospital
Baltimore Arena
The Block
Phoenix Shot Tower
Buildings at 409, 419, and 423 West Baltimore Street
Lord Baltimore Hotel
Alex. Brown & Sons Building
Patterson Park
Divides north and south of city. In downtown, forms one-way pair (eastbound) with Fayette Street.
Bellona Avenue York Road to Charles Street (in Baltimore County) Homeland
Cedarcroft
Continues in semi-circular fashion in Baltimore County, then continues past Charles Street as Kenilworth Drive. Bellona Avenue name continues on another road north of beltway to York Road, where it continues as Margate Road. Part of route of Bus Route 11.
Bentalou Street Windsor Avenue to Edmondson Avenue
Frederick Avenue to Wilkens Avenue
Mondawmin
Rosemont
Part of route of Bus Route 51.
Biddle Street Park Biddle Avenue to East Chase Street Berea One-way pair (eastbound) with Preston Street. Named after Elizabeth Gordon Biddle.[3] Once viewed as home of gentlemen, but now considered to be a run-down area.[4] Former home of a railway station known as Biddle Street Station.[5] Part of route of Bus Route 5.
Boston Street Fleet Street to German Hill Road in Dundalk Canton, O'Donnell Heights Has break in O'Donnell Heights area (near I-95). Part of bus routes 11 and 13. One of the streets on which the proposed Red Line would operate.
Broadway Dead end south of Thames Street north to Harford Road (continues northwest past Harford as Bonaparte Avenue) Fells Point Washington Hill Oliver Johns Hopkins Metro Subway Station, Eastern High School, Johns Hopkins Hospital A sign near the main Johns Hopkins Hospital near the Metro Subway station states that George Washington travelled Broadway as a portion of "The General's Highway", en route from New York to Annapolis in order to retire as Commander-in-Chief of the first American Army.
Broening Highway O'Donnell Street to Baltimore Beltway O'Donnell Heights Riverside Generating Station Former location of General Motors plant that closed in 2005[6] and the old Western Electric "Point Breeze" plant. In the county, it is maintained by the state as MD 695A.

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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Calhoun Street Westwood Avenue to dead end south of Ramsay Street Upton
Sandtown-Winchester
Part of route of Bus Route 1 southbound
Calvert Street Conway Street to Southway Charles Village
Mount Vernon
Clarence Mitchell Courthouse
Battle Monument
Center Stage
Union Memorial Hospital
Carries MD 2 north to North Avenue
Carey Street North Avenue to Nanticoke Street Upton
Sandtown-Winchester
Pigtown
Sowebo
poppleton
Part of route of Bus Route 1 northbound
Caroline Street North Avenue to Thames Street Fells Point Perkins Homes
Douglass Homes
Johns Hopkins Hosp.
Church/Madison Squares
Part of route of Bus Route 21 from Preston/Biddle to Fell's Point layover
Cathedral Street Mount Royal Avenue to Clay Street (continues as Liberty Street) Mount Vernon Lyric Opera House
Enoch Pratt Free Library Central branch
Baltimore Basilica
Part is MD 139 southbound. Is continuous on map, but is split as a northbound continuance of Park Avenue north of Biddle Street, and a southbound continuance of Maryland Avenue south of Chase Street.
Caton Avenue (two sections)
Allendale Street south to Hilton Street
Frederick Avenue south to Washington Boulevard (continues south as Hammonds Ferry Road)
St. Agnes Hospital
Seton Keough High School
TESST College of Technology
I-95 exit 50. Often said to be named after the suburb of Catonsville, although it does not go anywhere near that town. Part of Bus Route 16
Cedonia Avenue Walnut Avenue (in Baltimore County) to Cedegate Road (continues as Sinclair Lane) Cedonia Part of Bus Routes 5 and 6
Central Avenue Harford Avenue to Lancaster Street Washington Hill
Fells Point
Paul Lawrence Dunbar Community High School Sojourner-Douglass College Paved over pre-settlement and colonial waterway "Harford Run". Originally constructed as a divided street with a canal in between carriageways. Originally named Canal Street. Part of Bus Routes 20, 23, and 40. Recently re-paved and landscaped with median strip in 2012-13 with possible new southern extension from new high-rise "Harbor East" urban renewal area near Lancaster Street to future redevelopment of old Allied-Signal chromium plant waterfront site along Block and Philpot Streets at mouth of Jones Falls as "Harbor Point"
Centre Street North Eutaw Street to Guilford Avenue Mt. Vernon-Belvedere neighborhood Contemporary Museum
Walters Art Museum
Centre Street Light Rail Stop
North Charles Street Winder Street to Bellona Avenue (in Baltimore County) Federal Hill
Downtown Baltimore
Mount Vernon-Belvedere neighborhood
Charles Village
Homeland
Charles Center Metro Subway Station
Baltimore Arena
Washington Monument
Penn Station
Johns Hopkins University
Loyola University
Notre Dame College
Evergreen House
Divides west and east side of Baltimore. Has entrance to I-83 across from Penn Station. Route north of North Avenue is MD 139.
Chase Street Howard Street to dead end east of Kenwood Avenue (not Kenwood Avenue in Baltimore County) Buildings at 10, 12, 14, and 16 East Chase Street I-83 exit 3 northbound
Cherry Hill Road Waterview Avenue to Hanover Street Cherry Hill Cherry Hill Light Rail Stop
Cherry Hill Town Center
Harbor Hospital
Cherry Hill Senior Home Apartment Complex
Veolia Transport bus yard
Is the main street of the Cherry Hill neighborhood. Part of route of bus routes 27, 29, and 51.
Clarks Lane Reisterstown Road to Willowglen Drive (continues as Sanzo Road in Baltimore County to Smith Avenue) Fallstaff
Pickwick
Part of route of bus routes 58 and 60
Cold Spring Lane Eldorado Avenue east to Harford Road (continues as Moravia Road) Arlington
Park Heights
Roland Park
Guilford
Northwood
Morgan State University
Cold Spring Lane Light Rail Station
West Cold Spring (Metro Subway station)
Loyola University
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute
I-83 exits 9A & 9B. Largely served by bus route 33
Cooks Lane US 40 (Edmondson Avenue) north to city line near Forest Park Avenue (continues as Security Boulevard) Part of bus route 40
Cross Country Boulevard Fallstaff Road to Enslow Avenue Cheswolde
Mt. Washington
Mount Washington Arboretum
Western Run
Part of Bus Routes 27 and 58, and the streetcar predecessors.[7]
Curtis Avenue Patapsco Avenue to Aspen Street Curtis Bay

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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes

Division St.

Dolfield Avenue Garrison Boulevard to Hilton Street Arlington Part of route of bus Routes 33 and 51.
Dolphin Street Fremont Avenue to Mt. Royal Avenue State Center Light Rail runs on block between Howard Street and Mt. Royal
Druid Hill Avenue Fulton Avenue to Eutaw Street Reservoir Hill Part of Bus Route 5
Druid Park Drive Clipper Road to Liberty Heights Avenue Woodberry
Park Heights
Druid Hill Park (northern border) The section between Park Circle and Clipper Road is named "Al Sanders Way" in memory of the late Al Sanders. Part of route of bus routes 1, 22, and 97
Druid Park Lake Drive Druid Hill Avenue to I-83 (continues as 28th/29th Streets) Reservoir Hill Druid Hill Park (southern border) I-83 exit 7. Built in the 1940s as a barrier between Druid Hill Park and the neighborhoods to the south.[8] Part of what was once planned as an interstate.
Dundalk Avenue Eastern Avenue to Bullneck Road (in Baltimore County) I-95 exit 58. Part of Bus Route 10.

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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Eager Street Three discontinuous streets:
Park Avenue to Guilford Avenue
Fallsway to dead end east of Collington Avenue
Madeira Street to alley between Linwood Avenue and Curley Street
Collington Square One of three streets in Baltimore named after John Eager Howard. Had the only bridge not destroyed in the flood of 1854.[9] Part of route of Bus Route 15.
East Belvedere Avenue Northern Parkway to Perring Parkway Ramblewood Belvedere Square
Good Samaritan Hospital
Continues east of Perring Parkway as Echodale Avenue. See also West Belvedere Avenue
Eastern Avenue Pier 6 east to 45th Street (in Baltimore County); continues east as Eastern Boulevard Inner Harbor East
Fells Point
Highlandtown
Greektown
Patterson Park
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Carries MD 150 from Ponca Street eastward. I-95 exit 59. Parts of route are served by bus routes 10 and 23.
Echodale Avenue Perring Parkway to Belair Road Hamilton
Waltherson
Continues west of Perring Parkway as East Belvedere Avenue. Slightly west of Belair Road, the road leads via Corse Avenue to Frankford Avenue as one long road.
Edison Highway Erdman Avenue to Monument Street Berea Part of route of Bus Route 22
Edmondson Avenue Stonewall Road to Fremont Avenue Catonsville
Edmondson Village
Rosemont
Poppleton
Baltimore National Pike
Franklin Street
Mulberry Street
I-695 exit 14. Part of Edmondson Avenue is US 40. Part of route of Bus Routes 15, 20, 23, and 40. Another two blocks of Edmondson Avenue exist east of Fremont Avenue as side street.
Erdman Avenue Harford Road to Kane Street/Rolling Mill Road Belair-Edison Part of route of Bus Route 22
Eutaw Place/Street Druid Park Lake Drive to Camden Street Reservoir Hill
Bolton Hill
Lexington Market
Beth Am
Known as "Eutaw Place" from Druid Park Lake Drive to Dolphin Street and "Eutaw Street" from Dolphin Street to Camden Street.

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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Falls Road Maryland Avenue to Schalk Road No. 1 (in Carroll County) Mt. Vernon, Hampden, Medfield, Roland Park, Mt. Washington Village of Cross Keys
Baltimore Streetcar Museum
I-83 exit 8. Part of route of bus routes 27 and 60.
Fallsway I-83 north to Guilford Avenue Jonestown Carries northbound traffic for part of Guilford Avenue that is one way. Built originally to accommodate railroad and subway lines.[10] Construction later seen as a "mistake" by urban planners.[11]
Fayette Street Warwick Avenue to North Dean Street (Small extra section exist to the east and west of these ends) Poppleton
Washington Hill
Marks the south end of the Jones Falls Expressway. Served by bus routes 1, 5, 6, 8, 10, 20, 23, 36, 40, 48, 91, 150, 160, Light Rail station Lexington Market and Metro Subway stations Charles Center and Shot Tower
Federal Street Aisquith Street to Orville Avenue (shortly past Erdman Avenue) Collington Square Bus routes 5 and 6 operate on part of Federal Street
Another small section of Federal Street exists west of Green Mount Cemetery
Fleet Street President Street to Haven Street Inner Harbor East
Fells Point
Highlandtown
Brewer's Hill
Formerly known as Canton Avenue.[12] Part of route of Bus Route 11
Forest Park Avenue Hilton Street to Security Boulevard in Baltimore County (continues as Ingleside Avenue) Forest Park
Lorraine
Dickeyville Historic District
Kernan Hospital Part of route of Bus Route 15
Fort Avenue Race Street to Ft. McHenry South Baltimore, Riverside, Locust Point Ft. McHenry Marks entrance to Ft. McHenry. Part of Bus Route 1 operates on Fort Avenue.
Frankford Avenue Hamilton Avenue to Moravia Park Drive Hamilton
Gardenville
Part of route of Bus Route 44
Franklin Street Orleans Street to Edmondson Avenue Rosemont
Poppleton
West Baltimore MARC Station Part of US 40
Franklintown Road Frederick Avenue to Old Ingleside Avenue in Baltimore County (continues as Dogwood Road) Rosemont Gwynns Falls Leakin Park Along with the Gwynns Falls Trail, traces the once-proposed path of Interstate 70 east of the city limits.
Frederick Road Gilmor Street to Baltimore City line near Overbrook Road (continues to Frederick) Former route of US 40. Part of route of Bus Route 10.
Fremont Avenue Pennsylvania Avenue to Booth Street Upton
Sandtown-Winchester
Interrupted by US 40, where there is no crossing over the former I-170 freeway. Former route of the Fremont Avenue Streetcar Line and Bus Route 102 (both now defunct).[13]
Fulton Avenue Druid Hill Avenue south to dead end south of Eagle Street Sandtown-Winchester Carries northbound US 1 from Wilkens Avenue to North Avenue. Part of route of Bus Route 1.

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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Garrison Boulevard Greenspring Avenue to Clifton Avenue Pimlico
Forest Park
Garrison Middle School
Langston Hughes Elementary School
Part of route of Bus Route 91, formerly Garrison Boulevard Streetcar.[14] Was original location of Beth Tfiloh Congregation.[15]
Gay Street North Avenue at Belair Road south to Pratt Street American Brewery (building) Gay Street is discontinuous in several places. The first starts in the downtown area off of East Pratt Street, where it is named South Gay Street. It proceeds northbound, becoming North Gay Street after passing East Baltimore Street, passing the War Memorial Building and the adjacent War Memorial and City Hall Plazas facing the west front of the Baltimore City Hall and in the following block, the historic Zion Lutheran Church, founded 1755, and constructed here by East Lexington Street in 1807-08. Where it goes underneath the Jones Falls Expressway, where there is an entrance ramp to the left going north, is also the site of a landmark series of former bridges here crossing the Jones Falls stream, both wooden plank and later cast-iron dating back to the 1740s, which connected old Baltimore Town with old Jones's Town to the northeast. Since 1913, the Jones Falls however has been run underground through several conduit pipes constructed under "The Fallsway" between East Fayette Street all the way north to near the Pennsylvania railroad station by Mount Royal Avenue. During the 18th Century, Gay Street was then known as "Bridge Street", later it was renamed after the family of Nicholas Ruxton Gay, a prominent early citizen. Beyond I-83, the street enters a slender commercial district of "Old Town" (formerly known as Jonestown). After passing Orleans Street, and the eastern end of the Orleans Street Viaduct, it continues through more commercial area of the former "Oldtown Mall", and becomes Ensor Street several blocks further north, which becomes Harford Road. There is another major street called "Gay Street" which runs from Bond Street to North Avenue that is one-way northbound, which becomes Belair Road. There is also another side street called "Gay Street" which runs from Caroline Street to East Madison Street. The downtown section is served by bus routes 5, 6, 8, 15, and 19, and the northern section by Bus Route 15.
Gilmor Street Calhoun Street south to dead end beyond Cole Street Upton
Sandtown-Winchester
Poppleton
Part of route of Bus Route 21
Glen Avenue Reisterstown Road to Cross Country Boulevard Glen Reisterstown Road to Park Heights Avenue section is one way. Part of Bus Route 58.
Greenmount Avenue Monument Street to 42nd Street (continues north as York Road) Waverly
Pen Lucy
Green Mount Cemetery Served by bus route 8
Greene Street Franklin Street south to Washington Boulevard (continues south as Russell Street, continues north as Pennsylvania Avenue) University of Maryland at Baltimore
University of Maryland Hospital
One-way pair (southbound) with Paca Street
Greenspring Avenue Druid Park Drive to Tufton Avenue (in Baltimore County, continues as Worthington Road) Park Heights
Pimlico
Cheswolde
Cylburn Arboretum Starts out by running to Northern Parkway. A new section continues north off of Northern Parkway slightly west. When this approaches 5-way intersection in Cheswolde, continues north into Baltimore County. When coming south at 5-way intersection, a left turn is required to continue onto Greenspring, and going straight will come onto Pimlico Road. South of Druid Park Drive, road continues unnamed into Druid Hill Park to Swan Drive. Cheswolde section served by Bus Route 58. Cylburn section served by Bus Route 1.
Guilford Avenue University Parkway to Baltimore Street
(continues as South Street)
Charles Village Copycat Building Exit 3 off southbound Jones Falls Expressway. Served by bus route 36. Major rail center from the 1850s to 1950s.[16] Former location of the Guilford Avenue Elevated Streetcar Trestle Line.[17]
Gwynns Falls Parkway Windsor Mill Road east to Reisterstown Road Forest Park Mondawmin Mall
Frederick Douglass High School
Once planned as part of Interstate 70[citation needed]

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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Hanover Street Hill Street to Jack Street Federal Hill
Cherry Hill
Brooklyn
Hanover Street Bridge
Harbor Hospital
One-way pair (southbound) with Potee Street in South Baltimore, which is I-895 exit 7. Part of route of bus routes 1, 14, 29, and 64.
Harford Road Eager Street to Belair Road (in Harford County) Hamilton
Clifton Park
Extends south as Ensor Street, which is in turn an extension of Gay Street. Known as "Harford Avenue" south of North Avenue. Harford Avenue section is one-way northbound. Southbound traffic is routed onto Aisquith Street. MD-147 designation begins north of North Avenue. Route is served largely by Bus Route 19.
Hamburg Street Williams Street to Bush Street Otterbein
Federal Hill
M&T Bank Stadium
Hamburg Street Light Rail Stop
Haven Street Ashland Avenue south to dead end beyond Boston Street Highlandtown Brewer's Hill
Kresson
Part of MD 150, a designation mostly known as Eastern Avenue
Hawkins Point Road Pennington Avenue to Cabot Drive (continues as Fort Smallwood Road)
Highland Avenue Monument Street to Holabird Avenue Ellwood Park
Highlandtown
Part of route of Bus Route 20
Hillen Road Harford Road north to Loch Raven Boulevard (in Baltimore County) Northwood Morgan State University
Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical High School
Southernmost four- and six-lane segment is MD 41; road then becomes #Perring Parkway and the name turns west onto different, narrow alignment near Morgan State University. Once incorporated parts of present-day Loch Raven Boulevard and Goucher Boulevard in Baltimore County; one remaining segment of Hillen Road exists between Goucher and Putty Hill Avenue in Towson.
Hilton Street/Hilton Parkway Wabash Avenue to Frederick Road (continues as Caton Avenue) Ashburton
Edmondson Village
Hanlon Park
Lake Ashburton
Gwynns Falls Park
Starts off as Hilton Street off of Wabash (with most northern block one-way northbound). Continues to North Avenue, where it becomes Hilton Parkway, which has a lone interchange with Edmondson Avenue. It once had an interchange with Franklintown Road, but it has since been dismantled. South of Edmondson Avenue, it returns to being Hilton Street. Bus Routes 16, 51, and 97 operate along parts of Hilton Street.
Hollins Ferry Road Washington Boulevard to dead end west of Halethorpe Farms Road (in Baltimore County) Mt. Winans Part of route of bus routes 36, 51, 77.
Howard Street Conway Street to 29th Street (continues south as I-395) north to 29th Street (splits into Wyman Park Drive and Art Museum Drive) Remington Baltimore Convention Center
Maryland General Hospital
Camden Station
Several Light Rail stops
Carries the Light Rail through downtown. Served by bus routes 19 and 27.


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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Keith Avenue Haven Street to Broening Highway I-95 exit 56[18]
Kelly Avenue Cross Country Boulevard to Falls Road Mt. Washington Mount Washington Arboretum Part of route of Bus Route 27. Prior to 1950, was not a road, but a streetcar track path. Was modified then in order to accommodate a change from streetcars to buses.[19][20]
Key Highway McComas Street to Light Street South Baltimore American Visionary Arts Museum
Baltimore Museum of Industry
Federal Hill Park
Designated as Maryland Route 2 Truck
Kirk Avenue Homewood Avenue to The Alameda Waverly Part of route of Bus Route 36.

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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Lafayette Avenue Franklintown Road to Greenmount Avenue
Aisquith Street to Collington Avenue
Bradford Street to Milton Street
Rosemont
Lake Avenue Falls Road (in Baltimore County) to Chinquapin Parkway Roland Park North
Cedarcroft
Boys' Latin School of Maryland
Lanvale Street Franklintown Road to Fremont Avenue
Druid Hill Avenue to Greenmount Avenue
Aisquith Street to Chester Street
Patterson Park Avenue to Milton Street
Decker Street to Edison Highway
Rosemont
Lexington Street Six discontinuous streets:
Franklintown Road to Violet Hill White Way
Pine Street to Paca Street
Eutaw Street to Liberty Street
Charles Street to W Saratoga Street
Fallsway to Front Street
Colvin Street west to dead end stub
Poppleton
downtown Baltimore
Lexington Market Metro Subway Station
Market Center
Part of route of Bus Route 15
Liberty Heights Avenue Reisterstown Road to Kelox Road (continues as Liberty Road after crossing city/county line) Howard Park Baltimore City Community College
Liberty Street Clay Street to Baltimore Street (continues as Hopkins Place Downtown Baltimore Carries MD 139 traffic southbound. Path of former railroad.
Linwood Avenue Federal Street to Boston Street Berea
Canton
Eastern boundary of Patterson Park
Loch Raven Boulevard Cokesbury Avenue to Cromwell Bridge Road (in Baltimore County) Waverly
Northwood
Ramblewood
Good Samaritan Hospital Known as Loch Raven Road south of Gorsuch Avenue. MD 542 designation begins at The Alameda. Served by Bus Route 3.
Lombard Street Frederick Avenue to #Patterson Park Avenue
Linwood Avenue to Kane Street
Butcher's Hill Emerson Bromo-Seltzer Tower Mostly one-way pair (westbound) with Pratt Street. Split by Patterson Park. Carries MD 150 between Haven Street and Bayview Boulevard; this section meets I-895's only full interchange (exit 12). Parts of Lombard Street are served by bus routes 7, 10, 11, 19, and 35.

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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Madison Street Highland Avenue to Eutaw Street Mount Vernon Johns Hopkins Hospital
Maryland General Hospital
One-way pair with Monument Street. Not to be confused with Madison Avenue, which runs from Druid Hill Park to Eutaw Street (with a one-block interruption). Part of route of bus routes 5, 6, and 35.
Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard Howard Street south to I-395 Bolton Hill Once part of a planned interstate. Originally called "Harbor City Boulevard." Is the route of the annual Martin Luther King's Day Parade in Baltimore.[21]
Maryland Avenue 29th Street to Chase Street Charles Village One-way pair with Charles Street. I-83 exit 5. Part of route of Bus Route 11.
McClean Boulevard Evergreen Avenue to Perring Parkway (continues as Hillsway Avenue) Hamilton Part of route of bus routes 19 and 55.
Milton Avenue North Avenue to Baltimore Street
Eastern Avenue to Hudson Street
Berea
Patterson Park
Canton
Patterson Park Split by Patterson Park. Part of route of Bus Route 13.
Monroe Street Gwynns Falls Parkway to Annapolis Road Rosemont
Sandtown-Winchester
Westport
Carries US 1 southbound from North Avenue to Wilkens Avenue. In the past, the section to the south of this point was designated MD 3. Part of route of Bus Route 51.
Monument Street Paca Street to Pulaski Highway Mount Vernon
Ellwood Park
McElderry Park
Washington Monument, Baltimore
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Maryland Historical Society
Ira Remsen House
One-way pair with Madison Street. Part of route of bus routes 5, 6, and 35.
Moravia Road I-95 west to Harford Road (continues as Cold Spring Lane) Moravia I-95 exit 60 (partial interchange) and I-895 exit 14. Part of route of Bus Route 33.
Mount Royal Avenue Reservoir Street to Guilford Avenue Reservoir Hill
Bolton Hill
Lyric Opera House
University of Baltimore
Maryland Institute College of Art
Starts as side street, where it merges into Exit 6 of I-83(North Avenue, then continues by going straight from the ramp. Entry to I-83 south from Druid Park Lake Drive leads onto this street.
Montgomery Street Battery Avenue to Sharp Street Federal Hill
Otterbein
Little Montgomery Street Historic District Carries northbound MD 2 (between Hanover Street and Light Street)
Mosher Street Four discontinuous streets:
Malster Avenue to Eutaw Place
Morris Avenue to dead end west of Payson Street
Whitmore Avenue to dead end east of Bentalou Street
Braddish Avenue to Franklintown Road
Rosemont
Mosher
Sandtown-Winchester
Bolton Hill
Former route of now-defunct No. 30 Streetcar and bus
Mulberry Street Pulaski Street to Orleans Street Rosemont
Poppleton
West Baltimore MARC Station Carries US 40 traffic eastbound. Part of route of bus routes 23 and 40.

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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
North Avenue Edgewood Street west to Rose Street Walbrook
Sandtown-Winchester
Reservoir Hill
Bolton Hill
Coppin State University
Great Blacks in Wax Museum
Greenmount Cemetery
Baltimore Cemetery
Penn–North Metro Subway Station
North Avenue Light Rail Stop
At one time was the northern boundary for the city of Baltimore. The main section carries US 1 from Monroe Street to Belair Road, and carries US 40 Truck from Hilton Parkway to Belair Road (almost its full length). I-83 exit 6. Served almost entirely by bus route 13 and partly by bus routes 15, 16, 36, 91. Also two smaller alignments: one on city line and one off Edison Highway.
North Point Boulevard Rolling Mill Road south to city line at Kane Street (continues to Sparrows Point Boulevard in Baltimore County) Exists only partly inside the Baltimore line; from intersection east of I-95 to line.
Northern Parkway Liberty Heights Avenue to Belair Road Pimlico
Homeland
Ramblewood
Hamilton
Pimlico Race Course
Sinai Hospital
St. Mary's Seminary
I-83 exit 10. Part of route of bus routes 11, 19, 27, 36, 44, 55, and 58.

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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
O'Donnell Street Lakewood Avenue to Fait Avenue Canton
O'Donnell Heights
Baltimore Travel Plaza O'Donnell Street is also within the path of I-83's cancelled extension to I-95. It meets both I-95 (exit 57) and I-895 (exit 11B) in its place. Part of route of Bus Route 20.
Old Harford Road Harford Road north to dead end beyond Cub Hill Road (in Baltimore County) Hamilton Present-day Old Harford Road may be a remnant of the original alignment of Harford Road that existed prior to construction of Harford Turnpike from Harford County, Maryland south to the Old Town section of Baltimore City in the early 19th century
Oliver Street Three discontinuous sections:
Mt. Royal Avenue to Charles Street
Guilford Avenue to Greenmount Avenue
Ensor Street to Edison Highway
Station North Arts and Entertainment District
Oliver
Exit 5 (Maryland Avenue) lets off on Oliver Street.
Orleans Street St. Paul Street to Pulaski Highway Downtown Baltimore Paul Laurence Dunbar High School
Johns Hopkins Hospital oncology center
Carries US 40 from split into Franklin and Mulberry Streets to Pulaski Highway. Originally planned to have an interchange with I-83 at Orleans Street Viaduct.

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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Paca Street Pratt Street to Druid Hill Avenue Downtown Baltimore One-way pair with Greene Street. Carries MD 129 northbound. Part of route of Bus route 7.
Park Avenue 28th Street to Baltimore Street Reservoir Hill
Bolton Hill
Chinatown
Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church
Baltimore City Paper headquarters
Park Avenue is one-way from Baltimore Street north to Chase Street. After an interruption, it restarts off of Dolphin Street and continues to 28th Street. Part of route of Bus Route 5.
Park Circle Intersection of Reisterstown Road, Park Heights Avenue, and Druid Park Drive Druid Hill Park
Park Heights Avenue Park Circle to Garrison Forest Road (in Baltimore County) Park Heights
Pimlico
Glen
Fallstaff
Pimlico Race Course
Northwestern High School
Part of route of Bus Routes 54, 58, and 97.
Patapsco Avenue Caton Avenue east to Fairfield Road (continues as Asphalt Street to dead end) Brooklyn
Curtis Bay
Wagner's Point
Patapsco Light Rail Stop Carries MD 173 from MD 2 to Curtis Avenue. Part of route of Bus Routes 14, 16, 17, 51, and 77.
Patterson Park Avenue Sinclair Lane to Essex Street Collington Square
Butcher's Hill
Canton
McElderry Park
Patterson Park Western boundary of Patterson Park.[22] Part of route of bus routes 5, 7, and 13
Pennsylvania Avenue Fulton Avenue to Franklin Street Upton Penn-North Metro Subway Station
Upton Metro Subway Station
Continues northbound as Reisterstown Road and southbound as Greene Street. Part of route of Bus Route 7.
Perring Parkway Hillen Road north to city line south of McClean Boulevard (continues to Waltham Woods Road in Baltimore County) Morgan State University
Pimlico Road Park Heights Avenue to city line (continues as Old Pimlico Road in Baltimore County) Park Heights
Pimlico
Cheswolde
Pimlico Race Course A section around Pimlico Race Track is closed to traffic.
At 5-way intersection in Cheswolde, this section ends, and going straight continues onto Greenspring Avenue. But a block later, Pimlico Road restarts as a split off Greenspring. When it hits the city line, it becomes Old Pimlico Road, which continues to Falls Road. One block is served by Bus Route 27.
Potee Street Waterview Avenue to Belle Grove Road (in Anne Arundel County Brooklyn One-way pair with Hanover Street, carrying MD 2 traffic south. Part of route of Bus Routes 14 and 64.
Pratt Street Frederick Avenue to Patterson Park Avenue Butcher's Hill Inner Harbor
National Aquarium
World Trade Center
Baltimore Convention Center
One-way pair with Lombard Street. Carries a one-way section of Maryland Route 144 from Frederick Avenue to US 1. Served by bus routes 7, 10, 11, 19, 35.
President Street Fayette Street to Fleet Street Little Italy
Inner Harbor East
Phoenix Shot Tower
Shot Tower Metro Subway Station
President Street forms the path of a cancelled extension of I-83 to I-95. President Street was built in its place to absorb traffic from the Interstate.
Preston Street Pennsylvania Avenue to Edison Highway Collington Square State Center Metro Subway Station Largely one-way pair (westbound) with Biddle Street. Part of route of Bus Route 5.
Pulaski Highway Fayette Street east to city line at Moravia Park Drive (continues to US 13 in New Castle, Delaware) Patterson Park Carries US 40 from Orleans Street/Elwood Avenue intersection eastward; the remaining several blocks are a one-way side street. I-95 exit 61. Served by bus route 35. Also has interchanges with Moravia Road and Erdman Avenue. Not to be confused with Pulaski Street.
Pulaski Street Gwynns Falls Parkway south to Presstman Street
Mosher Street to Wilkens Avenue
Mondawmin, Rosemont Bon Secours Hospital
West Baltimore MARC Station
Once served as a backdrop of the failed I-170 project, with a mural painted onto the wall of what was to be the eastern end of that freeway's viaduct. Part of route of Bus Route 51.


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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Redwood Street various discontinuous sections between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and South Street Downtown Baltimore Old Saint Paul's Cemetery
University of Maryland at Baltimore
University of Maryland Medical Center
There are three discontinuous sections of Redwood Street: one from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to a dead end just east of Penn Street, one from Greene Street to a dead end just east of Eutaw Street, and one from Charles Street to South Street. Formerly known as German Street, and before that Lovely Lane. Named after George Redwood, the first officer killed in France in World War I.[23][24]
Reisterstown Road North Avenue to Caraway Road (in Baltimore County; continues as Main Street) Park Heights Reisterstown Road Plaza Served by bus routes 53 and 59.
Rogers Avenue California Boulevard to Northern Parkway Arlington
Pimlico
Mt. Washington
Rogers Avenue Metro Subway Station
Pimlico Race Course
Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital
Temporarily ends at Northern Parkway around Pimlico Race Track, then restarts a block later. Ends again at Northern Parkway near interchange with I-83. Served by Bus Route 44.
Roland Avenue Falls Road to Overlook Place (in Baltimore County) Hampden
Roland Park
Wyndhurst
Keswick
Gilman School
Roland Park Country School
Served by bus routes 61 and 98.
Russell Street Washington Boulevard to I-95 Pigtown West side of Oriole Park at Camden Yards Continues south as Baltimore-Washington Parkway and north as Paca Street, with Greene Street flowing southbound into Russell Street.

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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
St. Paul Street Charles Street to Baltimore Street (continues south as Light Street Charles Village
Mount Vernon
Station North Arts District
Tremont Plaza Hotel
Red Emma's Bookstore Coffeehouse
One-way pair with Calvert Street. Designated as MD 2 southbound south of North Avenue. I-83 exit 4. Becomes Saint Paul Place between Centre and Lexington Streets. Served by Bus Route 3 north of Chase Street and Bus Route 64 south of North Avenue.
Saratoga Street Bentalou Street to Fayette Street Poppleton Lexington Market Metro Subway Station Served by bus routes 15 and 23
Sinclair Lane Wolfe Street to Radecke Avenue (continues as Cedonia Avenue, which continues to Walnut Avenue in Overlea) Berea
Belair-Edison
Moravia
Maritine Industal Acamdey Served by bus routes 5 and 46.
Smith Avenue Falls Road to dead end
Newberry Street to Seven Mile Lane
Mt. Washington Mt. Washington Mills
Mt. Washington Light Rail Stop
There are two Smith Avenues in Mount Washington. One to the east of I-83 is the entrance to the Mount Washington Mills complex. The other is a major road that eventually becomes Slade Avenue and then Milford Mill Road, ending in Milford Mill. They were a single road before I-83 was built.
Swann Drive Fulton Avenue to Reisterstown Road Druid Hill Park Part of MD 129


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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
University Parkway Roland Avenue to 33rd Street Roland Park
Charles Village
Guilford
Wyman Park
Tuscany-Canterbury
Johns Hopkins University Used to be called Merrymans Lane. Part of route of bus routes 22 and 61.


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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
Wabash Avenue Patterson Avenue to Hilton Road Arlington Reisterstown Plaza Metro Subway Station
Rogers Avenue Metro Subway Station
West Cold Spring Metro Subway Station
Built on the footprints of a canceled interstate. The final few blocks are a one-way pair with Dorithan Road. There is another side street called "Wabash Avenue" off Liberty Heights Avenue that follows the same continued path and runs parallel to and west of the Metro Subway, but is interrupted.
Walther Avenue Northern Parkway to Harford Road Hamilton There is an unrelated road called Walther Boulevard in Baltimore County that follows that same path.
Washington Boulevard Dover Street to near Cherry Lane (in Prince George's County) Pigtown
Morrell Park
Carries US 1 Alternate from city line to Caton Avenue. I-95 exit 51. Served by Bus Route 36. Entire length is erroneously signed as US 1 in Baltimore.
Washington Street Aliceanna Street north to Sinclair Lane (continues as St. Lo Drive through Clifton Park, which continues as The Alameda) Fells Point
Butcher's Hill
Johns Hopkins Hospital One way pair (northbound) with Wolfe Street. Served by Bus Route 13.
Waterview Avenue Puget Street to Potee Street Westport
Cherry Hill
Part of route of Bus Route 29.
West Belvedere Avenue Garrison Boulevard to Northern Parkway Arlington
Pimlico
Pimlico Race Course
Sinai Hospital
Part of route of bus routes 27, 44, 57, and 91. Not to be confused with East Belvedere Avenue.
Wilkens Avenue Gilmor Street to Rolling Road (in Baltimore County St. Agnes Hospital
Cardinal Gibbons School
Designated as US 1 from Fulton Avenue to Southwestern Boulevard and MD 372 from Southwestern Boulevard to its end at Rolling Road. Served by Bus Route 35.
Windsor Mill Road Gwynn Falls Parkway to Old Court Road (in Baltimore County) Forest Park
Walbrook
Kernan Hospital
Leakin Park
Gwynns Falls Park
Served by Bus Route 15.
Wolfe Street 25th Street to Fell Street Butcher's Hil
Fells Point
Johns Hopkins Hospital
General Wolfe Elementary School
One way pair (southbound) with Washington Street. Part of route of Bus Route 13.

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Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
York Road 42nd Street (continues south as Greenmount Avenue) north to city line at Schwartz Lane (continues into Pennsylvania as Susquehanna Trail) Govans
Guilford
Senator Theater
Belvedere Square
Served by bus routes 8, 12, and 48.


Numbered streets[edit]

In Baltimore, numbered streets are found in the north-central part of the city, mostly in the communities of Charles Village, Hampden, and Waverly. The numbered streets, which run west-east, start with 20th Street (excluding 19½ Street, a short alley crossing Howard Street), which runs parallel to and one block north of North Avenue. The highest numbered street in Baltimore is 43rd Street, which runs from York Road several block east to Marble Hall Road near Cold Spring Lane. The numbered streets correspond with the first two digits in address numbers on north-south streets in this part of the city.

Street Route Communities Landmarks Notes
25th Street Howard Street to Wolfe Street Remington This street serves as a two way boulevard in lower Charles Village. Formerly known as Huntington Avenue.[25] A part of Huntington Avenue between 25th and 31st Streets in Remington still exists under that name.
28th Street Lakeview Avenue to Matthews Street (known as Druid Park Lake Drive, a major two-way boulevard, prior to assuming this name near I-83 entrance) Hampden
Charles Village
Waverly
Remington
Druid Hill Park I-83 exit 7. One-way pair (eastbound) with 29th Street.
29th Street Greenmount Avenue to I-83 (exit 7) Hampden
Charles Village
Waverly
Remington
I-83 exit 7. One-way pair (westbound) with 28th Street. Exists as Exeter Hall Avenue, a two-way street before Greenmount. West of I-83, becomes a major boulevard known as Druid Park Lake Drive.
33rd Street Charles Street to Hillen Road Charles Village
Waverly
Former home of the now-demolished Memorial Stadium. During the time this stadium was active, the name "33rd Street" was synonymous with the teams that were active in the location. Part of route of bus routes 3 and 22.
West 34th Street Hickory Avenue to Gilman Terrace Hampden Location of Miracle on 34th Street annual holiday light show
West 36th Street Ash Street to Beech Avenue Hampden
Wyman Park
Grace-Hampden Methodist Episcopal Church
Cafe Hon
Known as "The Avenue" in Hampden
40th Street Falls Road to University Parkway Roland Park
Homewood
Wyman Park
The Rotunda There is a small section from Falls Road to Evans Chapel Road that is one-way eastbound. While traveling westbound, traffic at this point is directed onto 41st Street; the two have the appearance of being one long single street. Part of route of Bus Route 22.
41st Street Druid Park Drive to Evans Chapel Road Hampden
Roland Park
Television Hill
WIYY studios 40th and 41st Streets are effectively one long street the way they are set up. 41st Street has very high overpass over I-83, but with no interchange; it is referred to by locals as the "41st Street Bridge." It is the only numbered street that crosses over I-83 in Baltimore. Part of route of Bus Route 22.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Frederick Douglass (1845). Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave. p. 1050. ISBN 0-940450-79-8. Retrieved August 12, 2011. 
  3. ^ Madison Smartt Bell (2007). Charm City: a walk through Baltimore. Random House, Inc. p. 28. ISBN 978-0-307-34206-5. 
  4. ^ Letitia Stockett (1997). Baltimore: A Not Too Serious History. Johns Hopkins University Press. p. 281. ISBN 0-8018-5670-1. 
  5. ^ Public Service Commission (1911). Report of the Public Service Commission of Maryland, Volume 2. Baltimore Sun Job Printing Office. p. 371. Retrieved August 12, 2011. 
  6. ^ Stacey Hirsh (May 14, 2005). "Plant makes its final run". The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved August 12, 2011. 
  7. ^ Herbert H. Harwood, Jr. (2003). Baltimore streetcars: the postwar years. Johns Hopkins University Press. p. 84. 
  8. ^ Eden Unger Bowditch and Anne Draddy (2008). Druid Hill Park: the heart of historic Baltimore. The History Press, Charleston, SC. p. 116. ISBN 978-1-59629-209-3. 
  9. ^ John Thomas Scharf (1881). History of Baltimore City and County. Luis H. Everts, Philadelphia. p. 213. 
  10. ^ Christiane Crasemann Collins (2005). Werner Hegemann and the search for universal urbanism. W. W. Norton & Company, New York. p. 95. ISBN 0-393-73156-1. 
  11. ^ Collins, p. 378
  12. ^ Elizabeth Fee and Linda Shopes (1993). The Baltimore Book: New Views of Local History. Temple University Press. p. 131. 
  13. ^ Harwood, p. 40.
  14. ^ Harwood, p. 58.
  15. ^ Lauren R. Silberman (2008). The Jewish Community of Baltimore. Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, SC. p. 59. ISBN 978-0-7385-5397-9. 
  16. ^ Charles Duff and Tracey Clark (2006). Baltimore Architecture. Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, SC. p. 89. ISBN 0-7385-4281-4. 
  17. ^ Harwood, p. 14.
  18. ^ Tom Gilligan (2008). The I-95 Exit Information Guide. Starsystems. p. 68. ISBN 978-0-9719857-1-1. 
  19. ^ Harwood, p. 82.
  20. ^ "A History of the Falls Road Streetcar Line". Baltimore Transit Company Archives. Retrieved August 12, 2011. 
  21. ^ Elizabeth A. Evitts and Nancy Jones-Bonbrest. Insiders' Guide to Baltimore, 4th edition. Morris Book Publishing, LLC. p. 185. ISBN 978-0-7627-3499-3. 
  22. ^ Scharf, p. 276.
  23. ^ Stockett, p. 35.
  24. ^ "Fourth Hotel Statler". Hotel monthly, volume 26 (John Willy). January 1918. p. 63. Retrieved August 12, 2011. 
  25. ^ Stockett, p. 12.