Maryland Route 171


Maryland Route 171

Maryland Route 171 marker

Maryland Route 171
Church Street
Route information
Maintained by MDSHA and Baltimore DOT
Length: 1.54 mi[1][2] (2.48 km)
Major junctions
West end: MD 2 in Brooklyn Park
East end: MD 173 in Baltimore
Highway system

Maryland highway system
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MD 170 MD 172

Maryland Route 171 (MD 171) is a state highway in the U.S. state of Maryland. Known as Church Street, the state highway runs 1.54 mi (2.48 km) from MD 2 in Brooklyn Park east to MD 173 in the Curtis Bay neighborhood of Baltimore. MD 171 was constructed starting in the late 1930s from the Anne Arundel County end.

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Route description

MD 171 begins at an intersection with MD 2 (Governor Ritchie Highway) in Brooklyn Park. The state highway heads east as a two-lane street with a speed limit of 30 mph (48 km/h) through a densely-populated residential neighborhood.[1] After passing 6th Street, MD 171 enters the city of Baltimore and the speed limit decreases to 25 mph (40 km/h).[2] After passing through the Curtis Bay neighborhood, the state highway meets its eastern terminus at MD 173, which is formed by a one-way pair, Pennington Avenue southbound and Curtis Avenue northbound, on the edge of the Curtis Bay Industrial Area.[3]

History

MD 171 was paved in Anne Arundel County in 1935.[4] The state highway was completed in Baltimore City by 1946.[5]

Junction list

County Location Mile
[1][2]
Destinations Notes
Anne Arundel

0.93 miles (1.50 km)

Brooklyn Park 0.00 MD 2 (Governor Ritchie Highway) – Glen Burnie, Baltimore Western terminus
Baltimore City

0.61 miles (0.98 km)

1.46 MD 173 south (Pennington Avenue) – Orchard Beach
1.54 MD 173 north (Curtis Avenue) – Downtown Baltimore Eastern terminus

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