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Old 07-09-2010, 10:19 AM
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what is the best and fastest way to get from 50th Ave, College Park, MD 20740 college park,m.d to 301 Largo Road, Largo, MD 20774 (Prince George's Community College), like on bus whats the fastest bus routes to take or do you guys know any good services for transportation? im moving from d.c to my folks house out colle park,m.d but i really dont know anything about taking the bus out maryland can somebody help me out? will biking be a good alternative ? is it safe to bike from a to b in maryland?

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Old 07-09-2010, 11:19 AM
Location: 5 years in Southern Maryland, USA
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According to Metro - Home page "Trip Planner" feature, the fastest way is to ride metrobus #F6 from College Park metro station to New Carrollton metro station, then transfer there to "The Bus" (bus fleet operated by PG County government) route #21 to PGCC. Or a slower alternative is to ride green line metrorail from College Park to L'Enfant Plaza, transfer to blue line metrorail to Morgan Boulevard and then take "The Bus" route #26 to PGCC. Also see Prince George's County, Maryland : Home Page and then click on "Department of Public Works/ Transportation." As far as advice on bicycling, you can call or ask Washington Area Bicyclist Association [WABA] for routing advice/ feasibility.
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