Michael Theis/Route 1 Reporter
A white car turns onto Ontario Road in northern College Park's Hollywood Neighborhood as another car drives south on Rhode Island Avenue. Proposals to widen the Beltway could impact residential neighborhoods that line the highway here.
As Gov. Larry Hogan’s proposal to add more lanes to the Beltway moves through review, residents and elected officials in College Park and Greenbelt are waiting to hear just how the project might affect their communities. Consider College Park’s Sunnyside and Hollywood neighborhoods. Both are suburban-form communities most heavily developed...
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