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IN THE PATH OF THE

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Lyttonsville

B

Woodside 16th Street

Dale Drive (future station)

C

Manchester Long Piney Place Branch Branch Road

Takoma/Langley Transit Center

Silver Spring Library

D, E Silver Spring Transit Center

D I ST R I C T O F C O L U M B I A

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F

Riggs Road

H

Campus Center

Adelphi Road/ West Campus

East Campus

63

Number of minutes to travel entire length.

G E O R G E ’ S

NEW CARROLLTON

P R I N C E

Amount set aside for acquiring rights of way.

$60K $200M

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21

Number of stations along the route.

Maximum offered to each business that is being relocated.

G

A The courtyard of the Apex building at 7272 Wisconsin Ave. in Bethesda. Planners want to build the western terminus of the Purple Line where the Apex building now stands.

Connecticut Avenue

N

BETHESDA

M O N T G O M E R Y

16

Length in miles of the entire light rail transit line.

University Boulevard and New Hampshire Avenue, site of the proposed Takoma/Langley F station.

50%

Percentage expected in state funding, with the rest expected from federal funding.

M

PurpleLine E

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Bethesda

A

Michael Bailey, owner of Ebony Barbers on Bonifant Street in Silver Spring, believes that light rail running down the middle of the street will harm his business because it will eliminate parking.

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of the proposed M Square station on River I TheRoadsiteat Haig Drives.

NUMBERS

$2.2B Estimated project cost.

Silver Spring Transit Center and Metro station, where a Purple Line station will C Thebe built.

BY THE

A numerical breakdown of the light rail line that is slated to run from Bethesda to New Carrollton. SOURCES: MICHAEL D. MADDEN, MANAGER OF THE MARYLAND TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION’S PURPLE LINE PROJECT; TERRY OWENS AND TERI MOSS OF THE MARYLAND TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION’S OFFICE OF MEDIA RELATIONS; AND PURPLELINEMD.COM.

ON T CE GO M ER GE Y OR GE CO UN ’S CO TY UN TY

IN PR

I

D

College Park Metro

M Square

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B

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Riverdale Road north of 67th Avenue in Hyattsville, site of the proposed J Beacon Heights Purple Line station.

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Charlotte Coffield stands on Brookeville Road in Lyttonsville, where a Purple Line maintenance and rail yard was planned by the Maryland Transit Administration before Coffield and her neighbors successfully fought to have it moved.

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K Annapolis Road and Veterans Highway, site of a proposed station.

New Carrollton

L The New Carrollton Metro Station, site of a proposed station.

K

L

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site of the proposed Riggs Road station G onTheUniversity Boulevard at Riggs Road.

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President’s Drive at Campus Drive in College Park, site of the proposed Campus H Center station.

Annapolis Road/ Glenridge

Beacon Heights

J

The corner of Bonifant Street and Flower Avenue, where the new Silver Spring Library is under construction and where a stop on the Purple Line will be located.

Riverdale Park

113

Number of individual properties — 63 businesses and 50 residences — that would be completely displaced for the entire project

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