Project Deliverables and Maps
Background Staff Report: Summary of Plans and Studies Relevant to the Rural Villages Study
Star-Spangled Banner Scenic Byway Corridor Management Plan. Please note that the final document has been renamed the Croom and Aquasco Roads Scenic Byway Plan Elements: A Corridor Management Program for these Roadways and Other Related Star-Spangled Banner Historic Roadways in Prince George's County.
- Click here for a copy of the Plan Elements (summary and major recommendations)
- Click here for a copy of the Appendices
Rural Villages Study draft: forthcoming
Link to the map of the Star-Spangled Scenic Banner Byway: Proposed Nomination Route for Prince George's County. Map credit: Wallace Roberts & Todd and Lardner/Klein Landscape Architects for the National Park Service.
Note: The Star-Spangled Banner Scenic Byway is currently a state scenic byway. Through the recently completed Comprehensive Management Plan (CMP) for the Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail, undertaken by the National Park Service, the State of Maryland plans to apply for national scenic byway designation. Minor changes to the route were approved as part of the CMP. Please see a discussion of the changes on the Project Overview and Background or Frequently Asked Questions pages for more information.
For more information on the Comprehensive Management Plan for the Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail, please access this link.
Maps of the project study area can also be found in the project presentations which can be accessed at the Meetings, Charrettes & Workshops tab.