Enter the Walk CircleClick on the circle to see the upcoming meetings and workshops on the Largo Town Center Sector Plan and Sectional Map Amendment (SMA) project.
Most people are willing to walk for about ten minutes, or roughly half a mile, to access a rail transit station. Therefore, planning for transit-oriented development focuses on the area within half a mile of a station - drawn on maps as the walk circle, with the station at its center. Within the walk circle, the process seeks opportunities to locate additional transit riders going to new destinations, such as jobs, shops, and housing.
Principles of Transit-Oriented Development
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Largo Town Center Sector Plan and SMA
The Approved Largo Town Center Sector Plan and Proposed Sectional Map Amendment (SMA) is available on-line. Contact Chidy Umeozulu, Planner Coordinator, at 301-952-4198.
This plan's goals are to:
There are four approved minor amendments that have occurred since the approval of the plan. These include:
The Largo Town Center Station is bordered on the north by The Boulevard at the Capital Centre and to the east and south by large vacant tracts of land zoned for mixed-use commercial and residential development.