General Development Plan, Development Intensification Corridors: Prince George's County, Maryland, 2002
- The Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission - Prince George's County
- This layer shows the archived boundaries of the seven corridors (Baltimore Avenue, University Boulevard, Annapolis Road, Central Avenue, Pennsylvania Avenue, Branch Avenue and Indian Head Highway) established through approval of the 2002 Prince George's County General Plan. The corridors follow centerlines of pavement and are approximately 2500 feet wide. Corridors may be changed through a General Plan amendment (such as through the approval of a new master or sector plan. ThePlan Prince George’s 2035 Approved General Plan (Plan 2035)replaces the 2002 Prince George’s County Approved General Plan, per CR-26-2014and introduces new terminology for county geographies. Plan 2035 does not change existing laws, fees, ordinances, or guidelines associated with the 2002 General Plan Corridors. 2002 Corridor Boundaries are archived for the sole purpose of facilitating continued implementation of certain county guidelines and ordinances that refer to 2002 General Plan corridors.Transition maps have been developed to facilitate the implementation of the Landscape Manual, Regulated Environmental Protection Areas, and Adequate Public Pedestrian and Bikeway Facility Areas which should be consulted for geographies related to relevant ordinances and guidelines.
- Prince George's County, Maryland
- Prince George's County, Maryland, United States and Maryland, United States
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