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Topic - Largo Town Center
Largo Town Center is an island platformed Washington Metro station in Largo, Maryland, United States. The station was opened on December 18, 2004, and is operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA). Providing service for the Blue Line, it is the eastern terminus of the Blue Line, and serves the town of Largo and The Boulevard at the Capital Centre. It is the first station in Prince George's County outside the Capital Beltway, and is located about a mile from FedExField, the home of the Washington Redskins. Largo Town Center is also a major commuter station, with two parking garages, containing a total of 2,200 spaces, connected by a bridge at the top level. - Source: Wikipedia
Metro will keep its trains running for an extra hour Sunday night when the Washington Redskins take on the rival Dallas Cowboys at home in their drive for a playoff spot.
Metro's much-anticipated Rush Plus service, a new Metrorail schedule intended to bring more commuters to more places on more trains, begins Monday.
K. Hovnanian Homes is building 96 town homes at the Villages at Peppermill in Capitol Heights, near the Boulevard at Largo Town Center and the Addison Road Metro station.
Within about 10 miles of Washington, the Upper Marlboro area of Prince George's County has become the setting of choice for developers creating upscale planned communities.