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US 1(N-S)/Truck MD 222(S-N) Duplex

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TRUCK
222

US Route 1 and Maryland Truck Route 222 join for a 5.7-mile, wrong-way, duplex from Kilby Corner to Harrisville in Cecil County.


Timothy Reichard 10/12/02

Northbound on US 1/MD 222, where MD 222 is the former US 222. To the south, MD 222 passes through the narrow streets of Port Deposit and encounters sharp turns and steep grades along the Susquehanna River east shore; see Truck MD 222/MD 275.

 


Timothy Reichard 10/12/02

MD 222 ends and US 222 begins to the left. The truck route begins straight ahead, southbound on US 1 north.

 


Timothy Reichard 10/12/02

Now southbound on US 222 nearing its south end. The truck warning sign tells the truck route: US 1 north to MD 276 south to MD 275 south back to MD 222 near I-95.

 


Timothy Reichard 10/12/02

US 222 ends and MD 222 begins running concurrently with US 1 south. The truck route southbound begins on US 1 northbound.

 


Timothy Reichard 10/12/02

From US 1 south, there is a junction sign for MD 222 but not for US 222. US 222, MD 222, and Truck MD 222 all end together at the intersection ahead.

 


Timothy Reichard 10/12/02

The truck route follows US 1 to this intersection, there it ends with a right turn onto US 222.

 


Timothy Reichard 2/28/04

Heading east on US 1 north/Truck MD 222 south at the western beginning of the duplex.

 


Timothy Reichard 2/28/04

About 5 miles to the east, US 1/Truck MD 222 meets MD 273, the old routing of US 1 through Rising Sun.

 


Timothy Reichard 2/28/04

After passing MD 273, Truck MD 222 splits to the south on MD 276.

 

 

Local Names


Duplex
1
TRUCK
222


Conowingo Road

North
1

Rising Sun Bypass


South
TRUCK
222


Rising Sun Road

 

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Adjacent Multiplexes

1
52

North to Longwood, PA

1
222

South to Conowingo

276


South to Woodlawn

 

 

 

 
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