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..
South Rolling Road
South Rolling Road begins at the intersection of South Street and East Street in the neighborhood of St. Denis
), 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... Read More