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Patch reader resolves MD 355 vs. Rockville Pike debate
Last week we wrote about the lack of nomenclature for state-owned roads in Montgomery County can be confusing to newcomers trying to get around.
Patch reader Eileen McGuckian may have solved the debate for folks in Rockville:
McGuckian August 02, 2013 at 11:02 AM
Since it was first chartered by the Maryland General Assembly in 1805, the major road between Rockville and Georgetown has been known as The Rockville Pike. Eileen McGuckian
Thanks for clearing that up!
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