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Adelphi Road – UMGC/UMD West Purple Line Station Area Sector Plan
The Adelphi Road – UMGC/UMD West Purple Line Station Area Sector Plan will be the guiding document for future development surrounding the Adelphi Rd - University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC)/University of Maryland (UMD) Purple Line Station and the surrounding neighborhoods, for the next 25 years. The Sector Plan will advance the goals of the Prince George’s County General Plan - Plan 2035, and will build upon the recommendations provided in the Purple Line Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Study that was conducted by the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission in 2013. This plan will incorporate and build upon the ongoing campus planning efforts of UMGC and UMD. The document will replace the 1989 Approved Master Plan for Langley Park-College Park-Greenbelt and Vicinity, the 2004 Approved Sector Plan for the Prince George’s County Gateway Arts District, and the 1994 Approved Master Plan for Planning Area 68 within the Sector Plan area. The Plan will examine the existing conditions and issues, and assets and opportunities, and identify strategies to implement the County’s goal of maximizing the massive public investment in transit infrastructure through targeted transit-oriented development and accessibility improvements in the Sector Plan area through an inclusive public engagement process. Properties are proposed to be reclassified into the new zoning categories contained within the County‘s adopted 2018 Zoning Ordinance through the ongoing Countywide Map Amendment. For more information contact: ARSP@ppd.mncppc.org
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