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Old 06-20-2016, 05:52 PM   #1
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PA to SC via 301??

Hello. We are headed from Berks County, PA to Myrtle Beach, SC and wondered if anyone has taken 695 around baltimore to 301 then jump on 95 around Richmond, VA to avoid washington traffic. Any traveling advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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May be a good choice, I-97 to 3 to 301. I'm familiar with 301 from Route 50 (Annapolis and Bay Bridge) to Richmond. It can be a little congested around Waldorf to La Plata in Maryland, but a lot less hectic than I-95. Nice through Virginia.

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If you travel during rush hours, you won't find the traffic to be any lighter.
If you plan travel to enter 695 a little after 9 AM then travel steadily south, you should have a decent trip.
Weather can delay the end of rush hour so be prepared to stop for a late breakfast / early lunch rather than endure stop and go.
301 is certainly prettier with fewer backups in the middle of the day than south 95.
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Old 06-20-2016, 08:49 PM   #4
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However you get to 301 just follow it to US 17 south at Port Royal, VA Follow 17 south the whole way down, cross the bridge and thru Yorktown. TheN pick up I-64. Its a relaxing wonderful drive away from 95 hectic crazy drivers
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