It was designed as a “green” city more than seventy years ago. Today, Greenbelt, MD remains proud of its unique history as a walkable, cooperative community. But major highways have carved up neighborhoods, and development is encroaching on its remaining open space. We go to Greenbelt to talk with residents about the past, present and future of their city.

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