Landover Hills/Hyattsville

Landover is one of the few regions in the Washington DC area that is served directly by two separate Washington Metro rail lines. Landover is served by both the Orange and Blue lines (Many DC area suburbs are not served directly by Metrorail at all). The Landover Washington Metro station serves the northern portion of Landover on the Orange Line. The Morgan Boulevard Metro station, constructed in 2004, serves the southern portion of Landover on the Blue Line and is the main rail terminus providing access to FedEx Field, which is home to the Washington Redskins in addition to many other sporting and entertainment events. In addition, there are many nearby Washington Metro rail stations in neighborhoods that border Landover, including the Addison Road Blue Line station in the bordering town of Seat Pleasant, the Cheverly Orange Line station in the bordering town of Cheverely, the Capital Heights Blue Line station in the bordering town of Captital Heights, the Largo Blue Line station in the bordering unincorporated area of Largo, and the Deanwood Orange Line station in the District of Columbia. Most of the above listed stations are within five Metro stops or less from the National Capital Building's Metro stop (Capital South Metro Station in the District of Columbia).

Though small, Landover houses many neighborhoods, which include Glenarden, Brightseat, Ardmore, Palmer Park, Kentland, Dodge Park, Columbia Park, Willow Hills (Hill Road), Belle Haven, Lansdowne, and Village Green. Metrorail's Orange Line passes through the community. Landover Hills is a separate, incorporated community a few miles away. Landover is the birthplace of the late Len Bias. The Prince Georges County Sports and Learning Complex is in Landover.   Landover is an unincorporated community now located in the larger incorporated city of Hyattsville.

I-495/95, the Capital Beltway, crosses U.S. Route 50 in Landover. The Beltway also has junctions with Maryland Route 202 (Landover Road) and Brightseat Road, which leads directly to FedEx Field, the site of Washington Redskins football games.


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