Travel plazas not up to speed, Maryland saysThe Sun
Though the Maryland House and Chesapeake House are rated in the top 5 of service areas nationwide, the Maryland Transportation Authority plans on upgrading them. The Maryland House, the first service area on I-95 north, is the nicest service plaza I have been too, but it is too crowded in its current configuration. I tend to use the Chesapeake House if I had to stop along that stretch. Upgrades to either is certainly welcome, but the upgrades I really want to see are flyer-over ramps from the right lane instead of the current left exits.

Author: WFY

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