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John Hanson Highway Multiplexes

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50

Duplex (see below)

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Triplex

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Quadruplex

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Triplex

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Duplex

 

I-595/(E-W)/US 50(E-W) Duplex

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Unsigned Interstate 595 and United States Route 50 join for 20.0 miles from Ardmore to Bowie in Prince George's and Anne Arundel Counties. United States Route 301 and Maryland Route 2 join near Annapolis for the I-595/US 50/US 301 and I-595/US 50/US 301/MD 2 multiplexes.


Douglas Kerr 8/9/03

Northbound on I-95/I-495 at the 3 o'clock position of the Capitol Beltway around Washington, DC. Exit 19A leads to I-595/US 50. I-595 is not signed anywhere because the freeway is already better known as "Route 50" and because the designation would be redundant, always concurrent with US 50. The big green sign on the right was installed before the decision was made not to sign I-595, and so a blank spot was left for the I-595 shield.

 


Douglas Kerr 8/9/03

Eastbound at the beginning of I-595 and the I-595/US 50 duplex. The first exit, for MD 704, is Exit 8 because the exits are numbered according to US 50's mileage instead of I-595's. US 50 extends an extra 7 miles inside the Capitol Beltway to reach the DC line.

 


Douglas Kerr 8/9/03

Five miles to the east, US 301 joins at Exit 13 en route to Annapolis. For further coverage, see the I-595/US 50/US 301 multiplex page.

 

Local Names

East
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John Hanson Highway

Duplex
555
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John Hanson Highway

West
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John Hanson Highway

 

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Adjacent Multiplexes

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301

East to Annapolis

ALTERNATE
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West to Washington, DC

 

 

 

 

 
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