Interstate 195 in Maryland is a short freeway linking Interstate 95 and the Baltimore-Washington Parkway with Baltimore-Washington International Airport. For years this freeway sat in two segments, one from the airport to Maryland 295 (Maryland 46), the other from Interstate 95 to the north (Maryland 166). When the two segments were united, Interstate 195 was designated.
Southbound Interstate 195 signage begins near the junction of Maryland 166/372 intersection. Along Interstate 195 northbound, End signage exists at the Interstate 95 interchange.
The gap between Maryland 166 (opened in 1971) and Maryland 46 was filled with Interstate 195 in June 1990.1
Western Terminus - Interstate 95/West of Park and Ride - Arbutus, Maryland
Perspective from Maryland 166/Rolling Road south
Southbound at Maryland 166 is this Junction signage for Interstate 195. Signage for Interstate 195 also exists on northbound Maryland 166, with reassurance shields present upon entering the freeway. A Park and Ride lot is located in the median of the Interstate as it come to an end. Photo taken 06/00.
Perspective from Rolling Road north
South Rolling Road provides local access, and here it connects with Selford Road. Turn left to continue on Rolling Road to Maryland 166 and Interstate 195; turn right to follow Selford Road east to Sulphur Springs Road. Note the destination cities of Arbutus to the right and Catonsville to the left. Photo taken 10/10/04.
On northbound Rolling Road after the Selford Road intersection is this junction Maryland 166 shield assembly. Photo taken 10/10/04.
After turning a corner, a new right lane prepares to depart from northbound Rolling Road onto eastbound Interstate 195. Use eastbound Interstate 195 to Interstate 95 and Baltimore-Wasington International Airport. Photo taken 10/10/04.
Northbound Rolling Road splits with Interstate 195 east. From here, Maryland 166 begins its northbound journey toward Catonsville. Photo taken 10/10/04.
Perspective from Interstate 195 east
Interstate 195 eastbound at the Interstate 95 directional interchange. Although an end Interstate 195 shield for westbound is posted at this interchange, signage along westbound would have one believe Interstate 195 east begins one mile to the north at Maryland 166. Photo taken 06/00.
Interstate 195 eastbound at Exit 4A/Interstate 95 northbound as seen from the southbound Interstate 95 to westbound Interstate 195 ramp. There are four overall interchanges of Interstate 195. Photo taken 06/02/03.
First mainline Interstate 195 eastbound reassurance shield, posted just south of the Exit 4B/A ramps to Interstate 95. Interstate 195 eastbound meets U.S. 1 at Elkridge in 0.75 miles. Photo taken 06/02/03.
Perspective from Interstate 95 south
A button copy sign for Interstate 695 southbound is in place at the departure of Exit 49A of Interstate 95 south. The same sign bridge features the two mile guide sign for the northern terminus of Interstate 195 at Exit 47A. Photo taken 06/02/03.
The next southbound interchange of Interstate 95 beyond the Baltimore Beltway is Exits 47B/A for Interstate 195 west and Maryland 166 north. Photo taken 06/02/03.
Continuing southbound on Interstate 95 toward the western terminus of Interstate 195. Interstate 95 is eight lanes wide between the Baltimore Beltway and Capital Beltways. Photo taken 06/02/03.
Button copy overhead on Interstate 95 southbound at the departure of Exit 47B/A. This sign panel originally displayed just Maryland 166, as Interstate 195 was not signed until the 1980s. Photo taken 06/02/03.
Closer look at the Exit 47B/A button copy overhead Pictured in the above photograph. The removed text for Maryland 166 displayed Catonsville. Photo taken 10/13/01.
More original button copy signage in place, this at the Exit 47B/A split of traffic to Interstate 195 east and Maryland 166 north. Originally Maryland 166 continued southward to U.S. 1 at Elkridge. Photo taken 06/02/03.
Next Three Interstate Junctions for Interstate 95 south
Westbound on Interstate 195 at Interstate 95 is this aforementioned end signage. The freeway continues north as Maryland 166 to a Park and Ride facility at Maryland 372. Photo taken 10/13/01.
Eastern Terminus - Baltimore-Washington International Airport - Baltimore, Maryland
Perspective from Interstate 195 east
The final mainline interchange of Interstate 195 east is Exit 1B/A for Maryland 170. All trucks must depart Interstate 195 at this junction as the freeway enters the Baltimore-Washington International Airport terminal beyond Maryland 170. Photo taken 06/02/03.
Traffic merging onto Interstate 195 east from the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, auxiliary signage for satellite facilities of Baltimore-Washington International Airport is posted. Photo taken 06/02/03.
Interstate 195 eastbound at Exit 1B for Maryland 170 southbound. Maryland 170 southbound skirts the western boundary of the airport as it travels toward Severn and Odenton. The state route sees interchanges with the Maryland 100 and 32 freeways on its trek. Photo taken 06/02/03.
Signage for the last exit on Interstate 195 south before the roadway enters Baltimore-Washington International Airport. No End sign was in place, but the speed limit did drop to 35 miles per hour after this interchange. Interesting enough, after reviewing a 1993 video on Interstate 195 Eastbound at Baltimore-Washington International Airport, a Interstate 195 shield was posted further East of this interchange. This signage may or may not still be in place. Top photo taken 06/00; bottom Photo taken 06/02/03.
Exit 1A gore point on Interstate 195 eastbound. Traffic continuing to the terminal will eventually loop around and emerge back on Interstate 195 westbound. Photo taken 06/02/03.
Perspective from Maryland 170 north
Northbound Maryland 170 at the Interstate 195 interchange. Signs for the roadway entering Baltimore-Washington International Airport did not indicate it as being Interstate 195, so therefore this is considered the southern (eastern) terminus. Photo taken 06/00.