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Landover Metro Area and MD 202 Corridor Sector Plan and SMA
The Approved 2014 Landover Metro Area and MD 202 Corridor Sector Plan and Sectional Map Amendment is available on-line. (Approved May 13, 2014). Contact Sam White, Senior Planner, at 301-952-4332 or John Wooden, Senior Planner, at 301-780-8312.
The main purpose of the Landover Metro Area and MD 202 Corridor Sector Plan is to define short- and long-range transportation, pedestrian safety, and streetscape improvements that will provide continuity and enhancements within the corridor for all users. This plan strives to improve connections to the Landover Metro Station, provide multiple modes of transportation along the corridor, and promote commercial and neighborhood revitalization. The plan focuses on the properties adjacent to the Landover Metro Station and the MD 202 Corridor between the Baltimore-Washington Parkway and Barlowe Road.
The sector plan area contains approximately 528 acres. The boundary includes the MD 202 corridor from just west of the Baltimore Washington Parkway (MD 295) to Barlowe Road and the commercial, multifamily, institutional and industrial properties immediately adjacent to the corridor between the two intersections.