List of state highways in Maryland shorter than one mile (700–799)

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List of state highways in Maryland shorter than one mile (700–799)
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The following is a list of state highways in Maryland shorter than one mile (1.6 km) in length with route numbers between 700 and 799. Most of these highways act as service roads, old alignments of more prominent highways, or connectors between one or more highways. Many of these highways are unsigned and have multiple segments with the same number. Several of these highways have their own articles; those highways are summarized here and a link is provided to the main article. This list does not include highways where at least one highway of that number is at least one mile in length. All highways at least one mile in length have their own article. The highways shorter than one mile with the same number are covered in the main article for the highway.


MD 701[edit]

Maryland Route 701
Location: Millington
Existed: 1988–

Maryland Route 701 is the designation for a pair of highways parallel to US 301 on either side of the U.S. highway's interchange with MD 291 near Millington in eastern Kent County.[MD 701 1]

  • MD 701 is the designation for the 0.12-mile-long (0.19 km) state-maintained portion of Howard Johnson Road from its roundabout junction with MD 291 north to the ramps to and from northbound US 301. Howard Johnson Road continues north as a county highway to Millington Road.[MD 701 2] The county-maintained portion contains the remains of a Howard Johnson's restaurant that was built in 1958 and closed by 2005.[MD 701 3]
  • MD 701A is the designation for the 0.14-mile-long (0.23 km) state-maintained portion of Edge Road from its roundabout at MD 291 north to the ramps to and from southbound US 301. Edge Road continues north as a county highway to Chesterville Bridge Road.[MD 701 2]

Howard Johnson Road was constructed as a county highway between MD 291 and Millington Road after US 301 was built through the Millington area between 1954 and 1957.[MD 701 4][MD 701 5][MD 701 6] The 0.71-mile-long (1.14 km) highway was brought into state maintenance through a December 1, 1987, road transfer agreement and designated MD 701 in July 1988.[MD 701 7][MD 701 8] Less than a decade later, the state and county signed a November 25, 1997, road transfer agreement through which the state would turn over the portions of MD 701 and the proposed service road on the west side of US 301, MD 701A, to the county after the service roads were reconstructed and resurfaced and the US 301–MD 291 interchange was completed.[MD 701 9] The interchange was constructed in 1998 and 1999.[MD 701 10] The portion of MD 701 south from the interchange ramps was relocated during the interchange construction. In 1999, MD 701 north of the interchange ramps was transferred to state maintenance, and MD 701A was assigned to its present length along Edge Road. In addition, Chesterville Bridge Road and Millington Road, which had previously had a normal intersection with US 301, were separated into separate county highways when the median of US 301 was closed.[MD 701 11][MD 701 12] Access between the county highways requires using both MD 701s and their county extensions to cross over US 301 on MD 291.[MD 701 1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Maryland State Highway Administration (2015). Maryland General Highway Statewide Grid Map (PDF) (Map). 1:12,000. Baltimore: Maryland State Highway Administration. § D15B. Retrieved September 25, 2016. 
  2. ^ a b Highway Information Services Division (December 31, 2015). Highway Location Reference. Maryland State Highway Administration. Retrieved September 25, 2016. 
  3. ^ Kummerlowe, Richard. "Millington, Maryland". America's Landmark: Under the Orange Roof. Retrieved September 25, 2016. 
  4. ^ Maryland Road Construction Progress Log (PDF). Baltimore: Maryland State Highway Administration. Contract Number: K-188-4-220 (August 25, 1954). Retrieved September 25, 2016 – via Maryland State Archives. 
  5. ^ Millington, MD quadrangle (Map) (1953 ed.). 1:24,000. 7.5 Minute Series (Topographic). United States Geological Survey. 
  6. ^ Millington, MD quadrangle (Map) (1976 ed.). 1:24,000. 7.5 Minute Series (Topographic). United States Geological Survey. 
  7. ^ "Memorandum of Action of Director Neil J. Pedersen" (PDF). S.R.C. Minutes District No. 2 Kent County. Baltimore: Maryland State Highway Administration. January 19, 1988. Retrieved September 25, 2016 – via Maryland State Archives. 
  8. ^ "Memorandum of Action of Director Neil J. Pedersen" (PDF). S.R.C. Minutes District No. 2 Kent County. Baltimore: Maryland State Highway Administration. July 11, 1988. Retrieved September 25, 2016 – via Maryland State Archives. 
  9. ^ "Memorandum of Action of Director Neil J. Pedersen" (PDF). S.R.C. Minutes District No. 2 Kent County. Baltimore: Maryland State Highway Administration. November 25, 1997. Retrieved September 25, 2016 – via Maryland State Archives. 
  10. ^ Maryland Road Construction Progress Log (PDF). Baltimore: Maryland State Highway Administration. Contract Number: K-425-5170 (July 27, 1998). Retrieved September 25, 2016 – via Maryland State Archives. 
  11. ^ Bureau of Highway Statistics (December 31, 1998). Highway Location Reference File, Volume 2 (PDF). Baltimore: Maryland State Highway Administration. Kent County, pp. 9, 13. Retrieved August 13, 2016 – via Maryland State Archives. 
  12. ^ Highway Information Services Division (December 31, 1999). Highway Location Reference. Maryland State Highway Administration. Retrieved September 25, 2016. 

MD 703[edit]

Maryland Route 703
Location: Goodwill
Length: 0.080 mi[1] (0.13 km)

Maryland Route 703 is the unsigned designation for a 0.08 mi (0.13 km) L-shaped spur near Goodwill, part of an old alignment of MD 366, that runs east from a dead end to county-maintained Klej Grange Road, then turns right to connect that road with current MD 366.[1][2]

MD 711[edit]

This article is about the current Maryland Route 711. For the former highway, see Maryland Route 711 (former).

Maryland Route 711
Location: Glen Burnie
Length: 0.51 mi[1] (0.82 km)

Maryland Route 711 is the unsigned designation for Arundel Corporation Road in Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel County, which runs east from MD 2 east to the end of state maintenance, interchanging with the eastbound direction of I-695. The route is 0.51 mi (0.82 km) long.[1]

MD 717[edit]

Maryland Route 717
Location: Upper Marlboro
Length: 0.33 mi[1] (0.53 km)
View north along MD 717 at Judges Drive in Upper Marlboro

Maryland Route 717 is the designation for Water Street, a street that runs 0.33 miles (0.53 km) from just south of MD 4 to MD 725 within Upper Marlboro. MD 717 provides access to The Show Place Arena, the Prince Georges Equestrian Center, and the Prince George's County courthouse.[1][3] The route was first signed around 2016.

MD 723[edit]

Maryland Route 723
Location: Jessup
Length: 0.18 mi[1] (0.29 km)

Maryland Route 723 is the designation for Old Jessup Road, which runs from MD 175 east to a dead end in Jessup, Anne Arundel County. The route is 0.18 mi (0.29 km) long.[1]

MD 726[edit]

Maryland Route 726
Location: Upper Marlboro
Length: 0.28 mi[1] (0.45 km)
View north along MD 726

Maryland Route 726 is the unsigned designation for Green Landing Road, a highway east of Marlboro that runs 0.28-mile (0.45 km) from Hunt Club Road just south of an entrance ramp to eastbound MD 4 to Marlboro Pike. Marlboro Pike is the old alignment of MD 4 that is a county highway to the west and MD 4PA to the east, where it receives an exit ramp from westbound MD 4.[1][4]

MD 727[edit]

Maryland Route 727
Location: Elkton
Existed: 1949–

Maryland Route 727 is the designation for a pair of streets named Old North Road parallel to MD 268 on either side of the Amtrak Northeast Corridor in Elkton in northeastern Cecil County.[MD 727 1]

  • MD 727 has a length of 0.12 miles (0.19 km) and parallels MD 268 (North Street) on the north side of the railroad.[MD 727 2]
  • MD 727A is 0.09 miles (0.14 km) long and parallels MD 268 on the south side of the rail line.[MD 727 2]

The two sections of MD 727 were part of the original course of MD 279.[MD 727 3] North Street became MD 268 after MD 279 was extended west to US 40 to bypass the center of Elkton in 1968.[MD 727 4][MD 727 5] North Street was paved as a 15-foot-wide (4.6 m) concrete road by 1921.[MD 727 6][MD 727 7] The original North Street overpass of the Pennsylvania Railroad (now Amtrak) was constructed between 1930 and 1934.[MD 727 8][MD 727 9] The bypassed street stubs to the closed grade crossing were designated MD 727 and MD 727A in 1949.[MD 727 7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Maryland State Highway Administration (2015). Maryland General Highway Statewide Grid Map (PDF) (Map). 1:12,000. Baltimore: Maryland State Highway Administration. § A16C. Retrieved July 17, 2016. 
  2. ^ a b Highway Information Services Division (December 31, 2014). Highway Location Reference. Maryland State Highway Administration. Retrieved July 17, 2016. 
  3. ^ Elkton, MD quadrangle (Map) (1942 ed.). 1:62,500. 15 Minute Series (Topographic). United States Geological Survey. 
  4. ^ Maryland Road Construction Progress Log (PDF). Baltimore: Maryland State Highway Administration. Contract Number: CE-450-1-241 (July 18, 1966). Retrieved July 11, 2016 – via Maryland State Archives. 
  5. ^ Maryland State Highway Administration (1978). Maryland: Official Highway Map (Map). Baltimore: Maryland State Highway Administration. 
  6. ^ Maryland Geological Survey (1921). Map of Maryland: Showing State Road System and State Aid Roads (Map). Baltimore: Maryland Geological Survey. 
  7. ^ a b "Letter to Rolph Townshend from Frank P. Scrivener" (PDF). S.R.C. Minutes District No. 2 Cecil County. Baltimore: Maryland State Roads Commission. November 29, 1949. Retrieved July 11, 2016 – via Maryland State Archives. 
  8. ^ Uhl, G. Clinton; Bruce, Howard; Shaw, John K. (October 1, 1930). Report of the State Roads Commission of Maryland (1927–1930 ed.). Baltimore: Maryland State Roads Commission. p. 67. Retrieved July 11, 2016. 
  9. ^ Byron, William D.; Lacy, Robert (December 28, 1934). Report of the State Roads Commission of Maryland (1931–1934 ed.). Baltimore: Maryland State Roads Commission. p. 49. Retrieved July 11, 2016. 

MD 731[edit]

Maryland Route 731
Location: Vienna

Maryland Route 731 is the unsigned designation for a pair of service roads in Wicomico County just east of the Nanticoke River. MD 731A (Marsh Road) is a 0.38-mile (0.61 km) highway that comprises part of the alignment of US 50 prior to the bypass of Vienna. West of MD 731C (Old Bradley Road), a 0.13-mile (0.21 km) connector between US 50 and MD 731A, MD 731A is a two-way road heading west toward a fence at the marshland lining the river. East of MD 731C, MD 731A is one-way eastbound and passes through a truck weigh station.[1][5][6]

MD 731 once consisted of Old Ocean Gateway on the Dorchester County side as well, including the entire length of the former approach to the Nanticoke River after the drawbridge span was dismantled. It was shortened in the mid-2000s: the Dorchester side is now maintained by the town of Vienna, and the Wicomico side has been privatized to Delmarva Power as an access road to the transmission crossing over the river.

MD 732[edit]

Maryland Route 732
Location: Savage

Maryland Route 732 is the designation for two separate roads near MD 32 in Anne Arundel and Howard counties:

  • MD 732R is the designation for the portions of Dorsey Run Road between Brock Bridge Road in Anne Arundel County and the bridge over CSX's Capital Subdivision in Savage, Howard County and at the interchange with MD 32 in Savage. Including a gap in maintenance, the route is 0.82 mi (1.32 km) long. The route originally ran continuously from Brock Bridge Road in Anne Arundel County north to Guilford Road in Savage. In 2011, the portions between the CSX bridge and the MD 32 interchange and from the MD 32 interchange to Guilford Road were transferred to Howard County.[1]
  • MD 732V is the designation for a 0.12-mile (0.19 km) portion of Great Star Drive at its interchange with MD 32 in Columbia, Howard County.[1]

MD 733[edit]

Maryland Route 733
Location: Grantsville, Finzel

Maryland Route 733 is the designation for an unnamed 0.05-mile (0.080 km) dirt road that extends east from US 40 Alternate just west of Shade Run west of Grantsville.[1]

  • MD 733A is the designation for an unnamed 0.14-mile (0.23 km) section of the old alignment of US 40 just east of MD 946 in Finzel. The state highway starts at US 40 Alternate and heads west around a curve, crossing the Little Savage River before reaching a dead end.[1][7]
  • MD 733B is the designation for Guthrie Lane, a 0.16-mile (0.26 km) loop off of US 40 Alternate near Finzel that served as a former alignment of that route.[1] The route was designated in 2014.[8]

MD 735[edit]

Maryland Route 735
Location: Hancock
Length: 0.060 mi[1] (0.097 km)

Maryland Route 735 is the designation for a 0.06-mile (0.097 km) section of High Street from Virginia Avenue east to near Methodist Street within Hancock. High Street west of Virginia Avenue and Virginia Avenue south of High Street are part of US 522C, which is a connector between northbound US 522 and MD 144.[1][9]

MD 740[edit]

Maryland Route 740
Location: Aberdeen
Length: 0.29 mi[1] (0.47 km)
Existed: 2015–

Maryland Route 740B is the designation for South Philadelphia Boulevard, a 0.29-mile (0.47 km) service road that runs from US 40 west to Plater Street in Aberdeen, Harford County. The route was designated in 2015.[10]

MD 741[edit]

Maryland Route 741
Location: Benevola
Length: 0.060 mi[1] (0.097 km)

Maryland Route 741 is the designation for an unnamed 0.06-mile (0.097 km) spur of old alignment from US 40 Alternate to a dead end adjacent to Antietam Creek near Benevola.[1]

MD 742[edit]

Maryland Route 742
Location: Friendsville
Length: 0.93 mi[1] (1.50 km)

Maryland Route 742 is the designation for a 0.93-mile (1.50 km) section of the old alignment of MD 42 through Friendsville in northwestern Garrett County. MD 742, which follows First Avenue and Maple Street, was assigned after MD 42 bypassed Friendsville in 1975.[1][11]

MD 746[edit]

Maryland Route 746
Location: Ruxton
Length: 0.13 mi[1] (0.21 km)

Maryland Route 746A is the unsigned designation for Lakeside Drive, which runs from MD 25 north to a gate in Ruxton, Baltimore County. The route is 0.13 mi (0.21 km) long.[1]

MD 750[edit]

Maryland Route 750
Location: Cambridge
Length: 0.87 mi[1] (1.40 km)

Maryland Route 750 is the designation for a stretch of the old alignment of US 50 that runs 0.87 mi (1.40 km) between intersections with US 50 at Bucktown Road and just west of Aireys Spur Road east of Cambridge. The road is known as Old Route 50.[1][12]

MD 752[edit]

Maryland Route 752
Location: Barstow
Length: 0.15 mi[1] (0.24 km)

Maryland Route 752 is the designation for Hallowing Lane, a 0.15-mile (0.24 km) spur south from MD 231 just east of the Benedict Bridge near Barstow.[1][13]

MD 759[edit]

Maryland Route 759B
Location: Stevensville
Length: 0.21 mi[1] (0.34 km)

Maryland Route 759B is the unsigned designation for a 0.21 mi (0.34 km) stretch of Love Point Road that runs from a dead end adjacent to US 50 and US 301's interchange with MD 8 east to MD 18 in Stevensville.[1][14]

MD 761[edit]

Maryland Route 761
Location: Parran
Length: 0.23 mi[1] (0.37 km)
View east along MD 761

Maryland Route 761 is the designation for Old Plum Point Road, a 0.23-mile (0.37 km) loop of old alignment of MD 263 near Parran.[1][15]

MD 762[edit]

Maryland Route 762
Location: Linthicum
Length: 0.53 mi[1] (0.85 km)
View northwest from the southeast end of MD 762

Maryland Route 762 is the unsigned designation for a portion of Andover Road running from MD 162 northwest to MD 170 in Linthicum, Anne Arundel County. The route is 0.53 mi (0.85 km) long.[1]

MD 763[edit]

Maryland Route 763
Location: Havre de Grace
Length: 0.28 mi[1] (0.45 km)
Tourist
routes:
Lower Susquehanna Scenic Byway
View west along MD 763

Maryland Route 763 is the signed designation for the 0.28-mile (0.45 km) section of Superior Street from MD 155, which follows Superior Street to the west and turns south onto Ohio Street, east to Juniata Street within Havre de Grace.[1][16]

MD 764[edit]

Maryland Route 764
Location: Parran
Length: 0.090 mi[1] (0.14 km)
View north along MD 764

Maryland Route 764 is the designation for a 0.09-mile (0.14 km) section of Breezy Point Road from MD 261 south to its intersection with Pinewood Terrace near Parran.[1][17] MD 764A is the designation for Old Willows Road, a 0.06-mile (0.097 km) section of old alignment of MD 261 that runs north from the intersection of MD 764 and Pinewood Terrace to a dead end.[1]

MD 768[edit]

Maryland Route 768
Location: Dares Beach
Length: 0.68 mi[1] (1.09 km)
View west along MD 768 in Dares Beach

Maryland Route 768 is the designation for the 0.68-mile (1.09 km) section of old alignment of MD 402 in Dares Beach. The state highway heads northeast from MD 402 a short distance west of the latter highway's northern terminus along Dares Wharf Road. Within the Dares Beach community, MD 768 turns east onto Virginia Street, which the highway follows to its eastern terminus at Chesapeake Avenue.[1][18]

MD 776[edit]

Maryland Route 776
Location: Ridgely
Length: 0.77 mi[1] (1.24 km)

Maryland Route 776 is the unsigned designation for Sunset Boulevard and Railroad Avenue, which together run 0.77 mi (1.24 km) from MD 480 and MD 312 (Ridgely Road) north to MD 312 (Central Avenue) within Ridgely.[1][19]

  • MD 776A is the unsigned designation for a 0.09-mile (0.14 km) section of the old alignment of MD 312 that intersects Cow Barn Road north of Ridgely.[1]

MD 779[edit]

Maryland Route 779
Location: Glen Burnie
Length: 0.15 mi[1] (0.24 km)
View west along MD 779

Maryland Route 779 is the designation for Old Quarterfield Road, which runs from a dead end east to MD 174 in Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel County. The route is 0.15 mi (0.24 km) long.[1]

  • MD 779A is the designation for Gaither Road, which runs Parke West Drive east to the end of state maintenance at a private driveway in Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel County. The route is 0.14 mi (0.23 km) long.[1]

MD 783[edit]

Maryland Route 783
Location: Annapolis
Length: 0.23 mi[1] (0.37 km)
View south at the north end of MD 783

Maryland Route 783 is the unsigned designation for a portion of Riverview Avenue in Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, running from MD 436 north to the end of state maintenance at the intersection with Riverview Court. The route is 0.23 mi (0.37 km) long.[1]

MD 784[edit]

Maryland Route 784
Location: Annapolis
Length: 0.24 mi[1] (0.39 km)
View west from the east end of MD 784

Maryland Route 784 is the unsigned designation for Acorn Drive in Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, running from MD 436 east to a dead end, intersecting MD 785. The route is 0.24 mi (0.39 km) long.[1]

MD 785[edit]

Maryland Route 785
Location: Annapolis
Length: 0.29 mi[1] (0.47 km)
View southwest at the northeast end of MD 785

Maryland Route 785 is the unsigned designation for Acorn Drive in Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, running from MD 784 north to a dead end. The route is 0.29 mi (0.47 km) long.[1]

MD 788[edit]

Maryland Route 788
Location: Annapolis
Length: 0.20 mi[1] (0.32 km)
View south along MD 788

Maryland Route 788 is the unsigned designation for Old Forest Drive in Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, running from MD 387 east to Forest Drive. The route is 0.20 mi (0.32 km) long.[1]

MD 795[edit]

Maryland Route 795
Location: Reisterstown, Cambridge

Maryland Route 795 is the unsigned designation for two separate portions of highway, one in Baltimore County and one in Dorchester County.

  • In Baltimore County, MD 795 is an unnamed 0.47-mile (0.76 km) connector from the intersection of MD 140 and ramps to and from I-795 in the direction of Baltimore north to the intersection of MD 30 and MD 128 within Reisterstown.[1][20]
  • In Dorchester County, MD 795 is the 0.07-mile (0.11 km) portion of Maryland Avenue on the drawbridge over Cambridge Creek in downtown Cambridge.[1][21]

MD 796[edit]

Maryland Route 796
Location: Bristol
Length: 0.050 mi[1] (0.080 km)
View west along MD 796A

Maryland Route 796 is the unsigned designation for a short unnamed road in Bristol, Anne Arundel County, running from MD 794 east to a dead end. The route is 0.05 mi (0.080 km) long.[1]

  • MD 796A is the unsigned designation for an unnamed loop off of MD 258 in Lothian, Anne Arundel County. The route is 0.29 mi (0.47 km) long.[1]

MD 797[edit]

Maryland Route 797
Location: Annapolis
Length: 0.27 mi[1] (0.43 km)
View along MD 797

Maryland Route 797 is the unsigned designation for State Circle, the traffic circle that encircles the Maryland State House in Annapolis. The street is also the location of the governor's residence. MD 797 is surfaced entirely in brick and has a circumference of 0.27 miles (0.43 km). The circle officially begins and ends at Maryland Avenue.[1][22]

MD 798[edit]

Maryland Route 798
Location: Crownsville
Length: 0.34 mi[1] (0.55 km)
View west along MD 798

Maryland Route 798 is the unsigned designation for a 0.34-mile (0.55 km) section of Old Generals Highway, a section of the old alignment of MD 178, from Sherwood Forest Road to MD 178 in Crownsville.[1][23]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  6. ^ Google (2010-05-23). "Maryland Route 731C" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2010-05-23. 
  7. ^ Google (2010-11-02). "Maryland Route 733A" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2010-11-02. 
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  9. ^ Google (2010-11-26). "Maryland Route 735" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2010-11-26. 
  10. ^ Highway Information Services Division (December 31, 2015). Highway Location Reference. Maryland State Highway Administration. Retrieved 2016-08-10. 
  11. ^ Google (2010-11-01). "Maryland Route 742" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2010-11-01. 
  12. ^ Google (2010-06-21). "Maryland Route 750" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2010-06-21. 
  13. ^ Google (2011-03-10). "Maryland Route 752" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2011-03-10. 
  14. ^ Google (2010-06-21). "Maryland Route 759B" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2010-06-21. 
  15. ^ Google (2011-03-10). "Maryland Route 761" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2011-03-10. 
  16. ^ Google (2011-03-10). "Maryland Route 763" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2011-03-10. 
  17. ^ Google (2011-03-10). "Maryland Route 764" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2011-03-10. 
  18. ^ Google (2011-03-10). "Maryland Route 768" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2011-03-10. 
  19. ^ Google (2010-06-22). "Maryland Route 776" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2010-06-22. 
  20. ^ Google (2010-06-22). "Maryland Route 795 in Baltimore County" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2010-06-22. 
  21. ^ Google (2010-06-22). "Maryland Route 795 in Dorchester County" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2010-06-22. 
  22. ^ Google (2010-06-22). "Maryland Route 797" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2010-06-22. 
  23. ^ Google (2010-06-22). "Maryland Route 798" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2010-06-22. 

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