Rolling Road

Rolling Road

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Rolling Road

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Rolling Road is a major cross county road that runs through Baltimore County, Maryland. The road, once a continuous route, is divided into two by Interstate 95. A portion of the road in the Catonsville area is Maryland Route 166, and the remainder is a county roadway.


The name "Rolling Road" was given to the road from now obsolete tobacco hogsheds being rolled to the port down the road..

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South Rolling Road

South Rolling Road begins at the intersection of South Street and East Street in the neighborhood of St. Denis (near Arbutus), near the partial-cloverleaf interchange between I-195 and US 1. It runs northwest in a straight line as a quiet suburban street, crossing the B&O main line via a bridge just to the south of St. Denis station. The name turns to the northeast at an intersection with Railroad Avenue, and continues as a suburban street to another intersection with Cedar Avenue. Turning northwest once again, the road runs in a straight line and eventually terminates...
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