Maryland Route 423


Maryland Route 423

Maryland Route 423 marker

Maryland Route 423
Fairhaven Road
Route information
Maintained by MDSHA
Length: 2.79 mi[1] (4.49 km)
Major junctions
West end: MD Route 2.svg MD 2 in Friendship
East end: Arundel Road in Fairhaven
Highway system

Maryland highway system
Interstate • US • State • Minor • Former • Turnpikes

MD 422 MD 424

Maryland Route 423 (MD 423) is a state highway in the U.S. state of Maryland. Known as Fairhaven Road, the route runs 2.75 mi (4.43 km) from Maryland Route 2 in Friendship east to Arundel Road in Fairhaven.

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Route description

Maryland Route 423 begins at Maryland Route 2 (Solomons Island Road) in the unincorporated area of Friendship. Jewell Road heads west from the same intersection. After passing Old Solomons Island Road, MD 423 heads east as a two-lane road with a speed limit of 40 mph (64 km/h) through an area of farms and scattered residences. The road next passes Franklin Gibson Road, which heads north towards Deale. Right before reaching Herring Bay, the road reaches an intersection with Town Point Road, which serves the marina of the same name to the north. At this intersection, MD 423 turns sharply to the south and the speed limit drops to 30 mph (48 km/h). After passing the residential community of Fairhaven, the road crosses an inlet of Herring Bay and comes to an end at Arundel Road, a residential street. Fairhaven Road continues south as a county-maintained road toward Maryland Route 261 (Friendship Road).

History

Maryland Route 423 was first paved in 1933.[2] The 1939 Maryland state highway map shows MD 423 marked along its present course.[3]

Junction list

The entire route is in Anne Arundel County.

Location Mile[1] Destinations Notes
Friendship 0.00 MD 2 (Solomons Island Road) – Annapolis, Prince Frederick

Jewell Road

Western terminus
0.29 Old Solomons Island Road
0.84 Franklin Gibson Road
Fairhaven 1.87 Town Point Road
2.79 Arundel Road

Fairhaven Road

Eastern terminus

To MD Route 261.svg MD 261

References

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