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Council Designates Roadways In School Zones

Thirty-one roadways, and in some cases portions of roadways, in Greenbelt are listed as being in school zones, where speed cameras may be placed.


Following a , Greenbelt's City Council voted unanimously to establish five, half-mile school zones throughout the city and has plans to install speed cameras to automatically ticket motorists who are going too fast.

The schools Council passed zones for Monday are:

  • Eleanor Roosevelt High School
  • Greenbelt Elementary School
  • Greenbelt Middle School
  • Springhill Lake Elementary School
  • Turning Point Academy

Turning Point Academy is in Lanham, but some Greenbelt streets are within a half-mile radius of the school.

The roads, listed below, are designated as being within school zones.

Designated School Zone Roadways

  • Breezewood Drive
  • Canning Terrace
  • Cherrywood Lane
  • Crescent Road from Greenhill Road to Hillside Road
  • Edmonston Road
  • Frankfort Drive
  • Gardenway east of Ridge Road
  • Greenbelt Road west from Walker Drive to Cherrywood Lane
  • Greenbelt Road east and west from Hanover Parkway to Mandan Road
  • Greenbrook Drive
  • Greenhill Road
  • Hanover Parkway from Mandan Road to Ora Glen Drive
  • Hanover Parkway from Good Luck Road to Hunting Ridge entrance
  • Hillside Road
  • Ivy Lane west of Turner Place
  • Kenilworth Aveneue from Beltway Interchange to City Boundary
  • Lastner Lane from Julian Court to Ridge Road
  • Laurel Hill Road
  • Mandan Road south to Ora Glen Drive
  • Mathew Street from Ora Glen Drive to Megan Lane
  • Megan Lane
  • Morrison Drive
  • Northway
  • Ora Glen Drive
  • Plateau Place
  • Research Road
  • Ridge Road from Northway to Lastner Lane
  • Ridge Road from Southway to Gardenway
  • Springhill Drive
  • Springhill Lane
  • Woodland Way

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