Please check out these resources we have gathered for additional information and tools provided by other organizations.
The PLCC is not related to any governmental or nongovernmental organization responsible for Purple Line construction.
Purple Line Corridor Opportunities
Purple Line Transit Partners Purple Line Transit Partners (PLTP), responsible for constructing the Purple Line, is led by three experienced and successful public-private partnership (P3) developers and equity investors. Visit the PLTP website to learn more about the project and procurement, Minority, Women owned, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise, and career opportunities in a variety of fields.
Latino Economic Development Center provides training and support to small business owners. Visit their website.
Maryland Women’s Business Center provides training and support for small businesses throughout the region. Visit their website.
College Park Retail Business Assistance Fund offers up to $5,000 in grant funds for leasehold improvements of existing retail businesses. Learn more here.
Purple Line Transit Project + Planning, Development & Construction
Construction activity has started in the corridor. View the latest updates and sign up for pre-construction alerts with MTA.
If you have questions or comments about Purple Line pre-construction activities, please call or email the MTA:
For critical construction matters occurring after 5 pm or on the weekend that need immediate attention, call: 240-424-5325
Prince George’s County
Prince George’s County Planning: Purple Line TOD Study
Takoma Langley Transit Center: Sector Plan
Long Branch and Piney Branch: Sector Plan
Greater Lyttonsville: Sector Plan
Chevy Chase: Lake Sector Plan
Bethesda Station Area: Metro Station South Entrance Plan
Bethesda Downtown: Plan
The Langley Park Asset Map was developed by the University of Maryland’s National Center for Smart Growth and CASA with Langley Park residents to help them better locate utilize their existing strengths and capacities in planning for their future, particularly in light of the coming Purple Line.
The Northern Gateway Story Map is a product of the Councilmember Deni Taveras’s efforts to bring together unincorporated legacy communities of District 2 to increase the quality of life and economic investment in the area. It was created in partnership with the National Center for Smart Growth.
Project Sidewalk, an initiative of the University of Maryland Center for Advanced Computer Studies, aims to collect street-level accessibility information from every street in the world and enable design and development of a novel set of location-based technologies for accessibility for individuals. Learn more and add to their crowdsource map.
What Inspires Us
Baltimore: The Opportunity Collaborative
Denver: Mile High Connections, Incentives for Businesses Located in Denver Neighborhoods, Greater Denver Small Business Technical Assistance System: Findings and Recommendations, and Sun Valley Business Outreach & Support: Findings and Policy Recommendations
Los Angeles: LA Thrives
San Francisco: Great Communities Collaborative
Twin Cities: The Partnership for Regional Opportunity
Issues / Our Partners' Work