25th Anniversary of Route 24

The northern end of Route 24, where it connected with the Bel Air Bypass, was awaiting cars 25 years ago as it set to open, at left. Today, tens of thousands of cars travel that portion every day, above.

( Nicole Munchel | Aegis Staff, Patuxent Homestead / November 22, 2012 )

The northern end of Route 24, where it connected with the Bel Air Bypass, was awaiting cars 25 years ago as it set to open, at left. Today, tens of thousands of cars travel that portion every day, above.

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