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I think this would be a fine place for some TOD. In addition to the WalMart development, there is a new 5000 person concert venue around the corner from that intersection on Queens Chapel. There are also a lot of light industrial spaces back that way.

I like the Bladensburg Road idea, as in my experience the B6 has enough ridership to support a heavier mode once some development comes to those areas.

Alan Drake and I opined about a light rail line that ran from Union Station through Lincoln Park, up Tennessee Avenue, and then up Bladensburg Road into the City of Bladensburg, Hyattsville, and College Park.

by Dave Murphy on Nov 15, 2012 12:51 pm • linkreport

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