Maryland Route 214

MD 214 westbound at the US 301 interchange in Bowie
View west along MD 214 at MD 468 in Mayo
MD 214 westbound across the Patuxent River
MD 214 westbound viewed from Harry S Truman Drive in Largo

State highway in the U.S. state of Maryland.

- Maryland Route 214

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East Capitol Street

Major street that divides the northeast and southeast quadrants of Washington, D.C. It runs due east from the United States Capitol to the DC-Maryland border.

East Capitol Street at its intersection with 8th Street, looking towards the U.S. Capitol

East of the stadium, East Capitol crosses the Anacostia River over the Whitney Young Memorial Bridge and then goes underneath Route 295 before crossing into Prince George's County, Maryland where it becomes Maryland State Highway 214.

Seat Pleasant, Maryland

Incorporated city in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States, located immediately east of Washington.

MD 704, the largest and busiest highway in Seat Pleasant

Two state highways pass through the community — Maryland routes 704 (now called Martin Luther King Jr. Highway and previously named George Palmer Highway in honor of banker and community leader George Palmer) and 214 (Central Avenue).

Bowie, Maryland

City in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States.

Detailed census map of Bowie, MD and surrounding areas. The city is in orange.
I-595/US 50 eastbound in Bowie

Other state highways serving the city include Maryland Route 197, Maryland Route 214, Maryland Route 450 and Maryland Route 564.

Davidsonville, Maryland

Unincorporated community in central Anne Arundel County, Maryland, United States.

The nominal, if not geographic, center of Davidsonville is the intersection of Maryland routes 424 (Davidsonville Rd.) and 214 (Central Ave.), located at 38.9229°N, -76.6284°W.

Prince George's County, Maryland

County located in the U.S. state of Maryland, bordering the eastern portion of Washington, D.C. As of the 2020 U.S. Census, the population was 967,201, making it the second-most populous county in Maryland, behind Montgomery County.

The five regions of Prince George's County. 
 = North County 
 = Central County 
 = Rural Tier 
 = Inner Beltway 
 = South County
A marked Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor of the Prince George's County Police Department in February 2007.
K9 cruiser of the Prince George's County Sheriff's Office in October 2009.
Engine 553 in the foreground, Ladder 55 in the background
I-95 southbound at MD 200
Washington Metro with Purple Line.
I-95/I-495 northbound entering Prince George's County from Virginia
Winter snow falls in front of the main entrance to the Prince George's County courthouse at Upper Marlboro in January 2009.
A painted water tower at the Prince George's County Equestrian Center in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.

Central Avenue, a major exit off the I-95 beltway, running east to west, is one of two main roads in this portion of the county.

Edgewater, Maryland

Census-designated place in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, United States.

Maryland Route 214 (Central Avenue) intersects MD 2 and forms the southern boundary of the CDP leading east to the communities of Beverly Beach and Mayo.

U.S. Route 301 in Maryland

Major highway that runs 122.85 mi from the Governor Harry W. Nice Memorial Bridge over the Potomac River into Virginia northeast to Delaware.

View north along US 301 just after crossing the Nice Bridge
US 301 northbound past MD 382 in Croom
US 50 westbound/US 301 southbound at the MD 665 exit in Parole
US 301 northbound past the MD 299 intersection in Cecil County
US 301 (Robert Crain Highway) in Prince George's County

There, the U.S. Highway intersects Old Central Avenue, which is part of MD 978, and has a six-ramp interchange with MD 214 (Central Avenue).

Maryland Route 2

Longest state highway in the U.S. state of Maryland.

View north along MD 2 in Solomons, just before joining MD 4
Highway marker for MD 2/MD 4 concurrency
MD 2/MD 4 southbound in Calvert County
MD 2 northbound at Lothian roundabout with MD 408/MD 422
MD 2 northbound entering Severna Park
MD 2 southbound past MD 648 in Glen Burnie
MD 2 southbound approaching MD 173 in Baltimore
MD 2 northbound where it splits from two-way Light Street into northbound-only Calvert Street and southbound-only St. Paul Street
MD 2 southbound along Saint Paul Street in Baltimore
MD 2 southbound in Owings
MD 2 southbound at US 50/US 301/MD 450 in Arnold
MD 2 southbound at MD 170 in Brooklyn Park
View south along MD 2 from I-595/US 50/US 301 in Parole
MD 2/MD 4 southbound in Calvert County past the north end of the concurrency
MD 2 Truck along Key Highway in Baltimore

The road heads northeast, with residential development increasing as the road approaches its intersection with MD 214 (Central Avenue).

Capitol Heights, Maryland

Town in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States, located on the border of both the Northeast & Southeast quadrants of Washington.

MD 214, the largest highway in Capitol Heights

The primary highway serving Capitol Heights is Maryland Route 214.

Maryland Route 193

State highway in the U.S. state of Maryland.

MD 193 westbound at MD 195 in Silver Spring
MD 193 westbound in College Park
MD 193 westbound viewed from I-95/I-495 in Greenbelt
View west at the east end of MD 193 at MD 202 in Kettering

MD 193 continues south and temporarily expands to a four-lane divided highway prior to crossing the Northeast Branch of the Western Branch of the Patuxent River and meeting MD 214 (Central Avenue) in Kettering.