Maryland Route 176


Maryland Route 176

Maryland Route 176 marker

Maryland Route 176
Dorsey Road
Route information
Maintained by MDSHA
Length: 5.68 mi[1] (9.14 km)
Major junctions
West end: beginning of state maintenance near MD 295
 

MD 713 near Hanover
MD 170 near Harmans
MD 652 near Harmans
MD Route 162 Airport Loop.svg MD 162 near BWI Airport

I-97 near BWI Airport
East end: MD 648 in Glen Burnie
Highway system

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

MD 175 MD 177

Maryland Route 176 is an east–west route in Anne Arundel County.

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Route description

MD 176 begins at a cul-de-sac near Wright Rd., a local neighborhood street, within sight of its old interchange with MD 295, now used by MD 100. Continuing east it intersects the northern end of MD 713 north of that route's interchange with MD 100, itself north and east of Arundel Mills Mall. The route continues onward through suburban neighborhoods towards the southwestern corner of BWI Airport, intersecting MD 170 in Harmans. East of this intersection, it becomes part of the Airport Loop.

After intersecting MD 652, an unsigned segment of Old Telegraph Rd., the route continues along the southern boundary of BWI, eventually reaching the northern edge of Friendship Park, which contains a parking lot and observation stands, allowing people to watch planes land at the nearby runway. Continuing east, MD 176 intersects the southern terminus of MD 162; the Airport Loop designation turns onto MD 162, while MD 176 continues onward to interchange with Interstate 97 just north of the latter's interchange with MD 100.

Beyond I-97, the route skirts the northern edge of Saw Mill Creek Park before passing the southern terminus of a light rail line and terminating at MD 648, just short of MD 2 and MD 3 Business in Glen Burnie.

Junction list

Location Mile Destinations Notes
0.00 Wright Road Western terminus
Hanover 0.9 MD 713 (Arundel Mills Boulevard) – Fort Meade, Patapsco Valley State Park
Harmans 2.1 MD 170 (Telegraph Road) – Odenton, Linthicum MD 170 north of MD 176 is part of Airport Loop
MD 176 joins the Airport Loop
2.7 MD 652 south (Old Telegraph Road) Former MD 170
McPherson To MD 174 (W B & A Road) – Burleytown
4.7 MD Route 162 Airport Loop.svg MD 162 north (Aviation Boulevard / Airport Loop) – Linthicum Former MD 167
MD 176 separates from the Airport Loop
Glen Burnie 5.0 I-97 (Glen Burnie Bypass) – Baltimore, Annapolis Interchange
5.7 MD 648 (Baltimore–Annapolis Boulevard / 8th Avenue) Former MD 2

8th Avenue continues to MD 2 and MD 3 Business
Eastern terminus

History

Formerly an arterial connector road linking Glen Burnie and BWI Airport to U.S. 1 in Elkridge, Route 176, also known as Dorsey Road, has been truncated by Maryland Route 100; Route 176's cloverleaf with Maryland Route 295 was reused by MD 100.

Dorsey Road itself has been cut into two segments. While the eastern segment remains part of MD 176, the western segment from U.S. 1 to Coca Cola Drive was renumbered 103 in an extension of that route from Howard County. MD 103's section of Dorsey Road now terminates at local neighborhood streets just past Coca-Cola Drive on the south side of MD 100.

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