The Greater Cheverly Sector Plan amends the 2014 Prince George's 2035 Approved General Plan by defining the boundaries of the Cheverly Metro Local Transit Center. This sector plan will replace the 2005 Approved Sector Plan for the Tuxedo Road/Arbor Street/Cheverly Metro Area in its entirety and the 1994 Approved Bladensburg, New Carrolton, and Vicinity Master Plan, the 2009 Approved Port Towns Sector Plan, and the 2010 Approved Subregion 4 Master Plan, and the 2014 Landover Road and MD 202 Corridor Approved Sector Plan for the portions of Planning Areas 69 and 72 within sector plan boundaries. In addition, this sector plan will amend the 2009 Approved Countywide Master Plan of Transportation and Formula 2040: Functional Master Plan for Parks, Recreation and Open Space. The plan was developed with assistance from civic associations, municipalities, business and property owners, government officials and agencies, and an extensive planning effort engaged property owners, citizens, residents, civic associations, and other stakeholders in public participation activities, which resulted in valuable contributions to the plan. The sector plan represents an effort to chart a direction for future planning policy in the Greater Cheverly area. This document includes goals, policies and strategies for planning elements in order to improve conditions in the plan area in the coming years.