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Public Meeting on Greenbelt Metro Interchange Project

The Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration (SHA) is moving forward with the design of the Greenbelt Metro Interchange Project along I-95/I-495 (Capital Beltway) from US 1 to MD 295 (Baltimore/Washington Parkway) in Prince George’s County. This 3.2-mile-long project will facilitate the planned Transit-Oriented Development at the Greenbelt Metro Station and the potential relocation […]

Council Mulls Comments on Greenbelt Station

At tomorrow’s meeting, the City Council will consider approving a resolution about City’s views on the 3rd phase Greenbelt Station development. The Council discussed the items at last Tuesday’s worksession. Some of the items we’ve been considering are as follows: 1. Revise the site plan to relocate the pedestrian overpass to the area shown as […]

Council to Discuss Greenbelt Station-South Core Development

At tomorrow’s meeting, the City Council will review the Detailed Site Plan (DSP) of the Greenbelt Station South Core development. The 11.18-acre property is located north of Greenbelt Road (MD 193) on the west side of Greenbelt Station Parkway in the City of Greenbelt, just on the east side of the Metro train track. Woodlawn […]

Monday November 16th, 2015 in Development | No Comments »

Council to Discuss Branchville Crossing Development

The City Council will discuss the Branchville development at tonight’s worksession meeting. Recently, the City has received notice from DHCD ( Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development) of an application for $1,499,850 of federal Low Income Tax Credits and $1 ,142,642 of Rental Housing Funds for Branchville Crossing (please see below) This is a […]

Tuesday October 20th, 2015 in Branchville Crossing, City Council | No Comments »

UMD Staff and Students May Ride Purple Line Free Near Campus

Recently, the University of Maryland’s Board of Regents has approved a memorandum between the UMD and the Maryland Transit Authority (MTA) about the future Purple line project. One key item in the memorandum includes an arrangement by which the UMD staff and students will be able to ride the transit across 5 stations near the  campus for free, in […]

Thursday October 15th, 2015 in Purple line, Transportation | No Comments »

Beltway – Route 1 Intersection Set for Major Improvements

Great news! The SHA has been studying the interchange at Route 1 and Edgewood road, in order to improve safety at this intersection. Here is the latest concept plan I got from the SHA. Highlights of the improvement include: 1. Three out-bound lanes from Edgewood to Route 1 (currently there are two lanes). The SHA […]

Tuesday September 29th, 2015 in Development, Route 1 | 5 Comments »

Funding Issues May Delay FBI Development’s Next Step

Looks like a funding dispute will be delaying the next step in the development of the new FBI building, according to this NY Times article. The GSA has been looking into three possible sites, Greenbelt Metro site is one of them. In august, The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) notified the FBI that there […]

Wednesday September 23rd, 2015 in Development, FBI | No Comments »

New Flashing Pedestrian Light Coming near Sunnyside Skate Park

Good News! A new flashing pedestrian light (RRFB) will be installed on Rhode Island Ave at Odessa Rd near the Sunnyside Skate Park. The equipment has been ordered and the light is expected to be constructed as early as late next month or the latest by this November. The City Council allocated money in its […]

Tuesday August 25th, 2015 in Public Safety, Skate Park | No Comments »

County Pledges Another $20M to Purple Line

Prince George’s County will contribute an additional $20 million toward Purple Line construction costs, while Montgomery County leaders have agreed to offer up another $40 for the rail line, College Park Patch report. Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker III said Friday leaders have agreed to increase the county’s contribution by $20 million in […]

Monday August 24th, 2015 in County, Purple line | No Comments »

Council Asks SHA to Address Concerns about Rt 1 Reconstruction

SHA presented a summary of the current plans of Route 1 reconstruction design during the August 5, 2015 Worksession. City, County, and University staff have urged SHA to consider some additional changes to create an appropriate landscape buffer for pedestrians and improved safety for cyclists. In the past, SHA has met with City, County, and […]

Wednesday August 12th, 2015 in City Council, Development, Route 1 | No Comments »

Rt. 1 Undergrounding Utilities Off-table, for Now

Representatives from the SHA came to last week’s Council meeting and gave an update on the reconstruction project of Rt 1 from College Avenue to Rt 193. Representatives told us that the undergrounding of utilities is off the table, at least for now, mainly because there is no funding available at this time. The issue […]

Monday August 10th, 2015 in Development, Route 1 | No Comments »

Council to Discuss Design Concept for the City Hall Site

Recently, City staff and the University of Maryland Foundation held a meeting to review design options for a joint development on the City Hall block between Baltimore Avenue and Yale Avenue. The workshop was lead by the architecture and planning firm, Design Collective, and Streetsense, a retail consulting firm, also attended. At this Wednesday’s worksession, […]

Monday August 3rd, 2015 in City Hall, Development | No Comments »

Council to Discuss Hollywood Road Extension Project

At next week’s Council worksession, the scope of services for the proposed Hollywood Road extension project will be presented. There is $500,000 in escrow for the planning, design and construction of the extension of Hollywood Road on the west side of Route 1 to connect to the road in front of Mazza GrandMarc Apartments. On […]

Friday July 31st, 2015 in Development | 4 Comments »

College Park Metro Development

Recently, representatives from Prince George’s County, the City of College Park, the University of Maryland and Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority came together for an event to showcase College Park on Wednesday and highlight development opportunities at the College Park Metro station.

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Sunday July 26th, 2015 in Development | No Comments »