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Maryland Route 260 shield
Maryland Route 260
Chesapeake Beach Road
Maintained by MDSHA
Length: 8.68 mi[1] (13.97 km)
West end: MD Route 4.svg MD 4 in Lyons Creek
Major
junctions:
MD Route 2.svg MD 2

MD Route 778.svg MD 778

East end: MD Route 261.svg MD 261 in Chesapeake Beach
Highways in Maryland
< MD 259 MD 261 >
State highways - Minor - Former - Turnpikes

Maryland Route 260 is a state highway in Calvert County and Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Route 260 starts at the northern border of Calvert and Anne Arundel counties, branching off from Maryland Route 4 by way of an overpass interchange. It then proceeds diagonally southeast as a two-lane road, where it briefly passes through Anne Arundel County before re-entering Calvert County and intersecting with Maryland Route 2 in Owings. Past Owings, Route 260 takes a turn to the direct east and becomes a four-lane dual highway. Route 260 remains a dual highway until reaching the Chesapeake Beach town limits, where it returns to two lanes and ends at Maryland Route 261 near the Chesapeake Bay.

Along with Route 2-4, Route 260 is the only other four-lane divided highway in Calvert County.

References

http://maps.yahoo.com/maps_result.php?q1=Calvert+County%2C+Maryland


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