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Subregion 4 (Central Avenue-Metro Blue Line Corridor) TOD Implementation Project

Latest Update:

View/download a copy of the Central Avenue-Metro Blue Line Corridor TOD Implementation Project Mobility Study here.

View/download a copy of the Central Avenue-Metro Blue Line Corridor TOD Implementation Project Market and Transit-Oriented Development Potentials, Priorities, and Strategies Study here.


We are looking forward to your continued participation in the project. Please check back soon for the next meeting invitation.

Overview

The Subregion 4 Transit-Oriented Development Implementation Project will put into effect the vision and goals for the Central Avenue Corridor as presented in the recently 2010 Approved Subregion 4 Master Plan and Sectional Map Amendment and will advance the recommendations of the 2008 Approved Capitol Heights Transit District Development Plan and Transit District Overlay Zoning Amendment. These plans envision mixed-use, transit-oriented development and promote housing and neighborhood conservation, public facility and infrastructure improvements, and commercial revitalization. In 2010–2011, the project will focus on Capitol Heights and Addison Road Seat Pleasant Metro Stations, and during 2011–2012, the project will concentrate on Largo Town Center and Morgan Boulevard Metro Stations. 

The Subregion 4 Transit-Oriented Development Implementation Project consists of five interrelated projects:

A map of the program area is available here.