Salisbury has had a full, half-circle, eastern bypass (US 13) since
1981. In 2002, the bypass was extended westward as a 3/4 loop. Now
US 50 bypasses the town on the north. Old alignments of US 13 and
US 50 through the center of Salisbury are now business routes. Business
US 50 is one of only two routes signed in Maryland with green and
white colors rather than the standard black-on-white for US and state
highways. (Business US 1 in Bel Air was the first green route in the
Eastern End | Western
End · US 13/US 50, east of Salisbury
Westbound on US 50 at the eastern Salisbury bypass (US 13). US 50
west now exits to join US 13 north on the bypass, while Business US
50 begins and follows the old alignment through town.
map (Terraserver/USGS, 1982): The eastern end interchange of Business
US 50 and US 13/US 50.
End · US 50, west of Salisbury
Eastbound on the new US 50 at the split with the new Business US
50 (old US 50). US 50 bypasses Salisbury to the north, while Business
US 50 serves the center of the town.