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What are the Most Dangerous Roads and Intersections in Maryland?

At the Law Office of Robert Castro, our car accident attorneys in Maryland travel the same roads, highways, and bridges our clients are injured on and are never surprised to hear some of the same collision areas repeated during our free consultations.

While Maryland is at the bottom of the country’s most dangerous roads rankings, the Maryland Department of Transportation listed that nearly 118,000 collisions occurred on our roadways last year. Nearly 35,000 people were injured in these crashes, and another 518 were killed.

Which Maryland Highways, Roads, and Intersections are the Most Dangerous to Travel?

Our Maryland auto accident lawyers are here to help our residents recover from these collisions, so they can get their lives back.

That begins with providing tips on where some of our state’s most dangerous roadways and intersections are, so our drivers can use extreme caution when traveling these areas.

  • MD 202 – Landover Road

More than 40,000 vehicles traverse a dangerous stretch of highway between the Capital Beltway and US 50 every day: MD 202 Landover Road.

With approximately sixty car crashes each year, this highly trafficked road is also in the top 50 highest areas for pedestrian crashes.

  • Indian Head Highway – Route 210

If you live in Maryland, one of the most dangerous and deadly highways in the state is in Prince George’s County and one you may travel across regularly: Indian Head Highway (Route 210).

  • MD 90 – Ocean City Expressway

Limited sight distance, beach traffic backups, and sudden stops create dangerous conditions for routine accidents on the Ocean City Expressway.

Throughout Montgomery, Prince George’s, and Charles counties, some of the worst intersections include:

  • Bel Pre Road, Bonifant Road at Layhill Road
  • Frederick Road at Redland Way
  • Landover Road at Lottsford Road
  • Muncaster Mill Road at Shady Grove Road/Airpark Road
  • Northbound U.S. Route 1 at Bowie Road
  • Riggs Road at East-West Highway
  • Robert Crain Highway at South Osborne Road.
  • St. Barnabas Road at 28th Avenue and the ramps to and from Branch Avenue
  • Viers Mill Road at Grandview Avenue
  • Woodfield Road at Flower Hill Way

Contact our experienced car accident attorneys in Waldorf at the Law Office of Robert Castro.

If you have been injured in a vehicle collision on any of our Maryland roadways and would like to learn more about your legal rights and options to hold the negligent driver liable for your damages, contact our experienced car accident attorneys in Waldorf at the Law Office of Robert Castro by calling 301.870.1200 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case today.