Old Marlboro Pike Traffic Report
Week of 10/16/17-10/22/17

Overall traffic speed violations are down from three weeks ago thanks to UMPD presence and the driver feedback speed sign along Old Marlboro Pike (MD 725). The Speed Limit on Old Marlboro Pike is 25 MPH.

Quick Overview:

-37,121 vehicles traveled into Town using Old Marlboro Pike.
-28 MPH was the average speed of drivers.
-Speed violations reduced to 75% average.


The Board of Commissioners for the Town of Upper Marlboro will hold their regular monthly Board Work Session on Tuesday October 24, 2017 starting at 9:15 a.m. at the Upper Marlboro Town Hall 14211 School Lane Upper Marlboro MD 20772. The meeting is open to public observation, however public comment is at the discretion of the Board.

Meeting Agenda: -Pending- check back later this week!

All meetings are subject to closure in accordance with the State Open Meetings Act—House Bill 217.

Click on links below to read the approved meeting minutes from the September 2017 Regular Town Meeting & Board Work Session:

September 12, 2017 Town Meeting: TM-minutes_091217_Apprvd

September 26, 2017 Board Work Session: WS-minutes_092617_Apprvd

The Board of Commissioners passed three pieces of legislation at their Tuesday October 10th, 2017 Town Meeting.

Ordinance 2017-03 Commercial Property Standards: Authorizing the Town to enforce certain standards pertaining to the upkeep and maintenance of commercial properties within Town limits. To view the Ordinance Click Here: ORD_2017-03_Commercial Property Standards_Apprvd

Ordinance 2017-04 Street Construction and Utility Cuts: Regarding street construction and utility cuts requiring that a permit be obtained and certain fees paid prior to anyone excavating Town a roadway or performing work within a public right of way under the jurisdiction of the Town. Any work or restoration performed be subject to inspection by a Town Official. To view the Ordinance Click Here: ORD_2017-04_Street Construction and Cuts_Apprvd

Ordinance 2017-05 Washington Gas & Light Co. Franchise Agreement:  Town of Upper Marlboro granting a 20-year extension of a non-exclusive utility franchise to Washington Gas & Light Company.To view the Ordinance Click Here: ORD_2017-05_WGL Utility Franchise_Apprvd


Questions regarding these Ordinances can be directed to the Town Hall at 301-627-6905 or Info@UpperMarlboroMD.gov.

Click on link below for the October 2017 issue of the Landings newsletter…


On September 26, 2017 the Town’s new Radar Speed sign was deployed to the newly re-constructed 14500 Blk of Elm Street with the below data gathered:

Posted Speed: 25MPH

Avenge Speed: 17MPH

Speed Violators: 219 out of 5,767 vehicles or 4%

Total Vehicles on Roadway: Average of 1,922 per day


I have attached the report to this email. The sign has been re-located to 725 to recharge and regulate speeding. Staff are working to relocate the sign to Main Street this week.

To view the full report click here: MyCustomReport2017-10-02 10-24-41


Upper Marlboro Partners with Passport to Launch New Mobile Parking Payment App

PassportParking® mobile app introduces easier way to pay for parking

Upper Marlboro, MD — Parking just got easier for the Town of Upper Marlboro. The Town will be announcing the launch of a mobile application for quicker parking payments. The PassportParking® app is powered by Passport, the global leader for parking and transit payments across cities and universities throughout North America.

The Town implemented the mobile parking app for a simpler way for drivers to pay for their parking sessions. Drivers can also use the app to:

  • Monitor parking sessions
  • Extend time remotely for the Town’s Church Street parking lot
  • View payment history
  • Receive email receipts

The app also features a digital wallet, which provides parkers with the ability to pre-load funds using their debit or credit cards to easily pay for future parking. Users can take advantage of initially loading $10 onto their digital wallets and thereafter can load funds in $5 increments to pay for their parking sessions.

“Passport is thrilled to bring our industry-leading mobile pay technology to the Town of Marlboro,” said Sarah Russell, project manager at Passport. “We’re excited to bring a mobile option to the town that seamlessly combines paying for parking to managing and extending a parking session in just a few taps.”

This system comes at no cost to the Town, as users pay a $0.45 convenience fee in addition to the parking rates. The system runs off the existing Town meters, with no need to upgrade the Downtown parking meters.

PassportParking is free to download through the App Store or Google Play. Users can also manage their parking at ppprk.com.

About Passport: Passport is the industry’s leading mobile technology solution specializing in enterprise business applications and payments for the public and private sector. Passport’s product lines–parking payments, transit payments, enforcement and permit management–collectively serve to deliver dynamic tools for agencies to better connect with their communities. Its services have been adopted by over 300 agencies on over 3,000 locations globally including Chicago, Toronto, Boston, Portland, Westminster and Miami. Passport’s mission is to reduce operational complexity and deliver intelligent data to improve decision making for its clients. Passport is backed by a group of investors, including Grotech Ventures, Relevance Capital, and MK Capital. For more information, please visit www.passportinc.com

This morning, Town Public Works installed a Traffic Logix Solar-powered speed sign on Old Marlboro Pike (Rte. 725). This sign both alerts drivers to their speed, while collecting traffic data simultaneously (vehicle count, average speed, speed violators ect). This data will allow the Town Police to strategically deploy officers to enforce the speed when the most violations occur. This speed sign does not issue tickets.

Residents and the public can monitor LIVE Town traffic data gathered by the sign here: http://streetsoncloud.com/public/Town+of+Upper+Marlboro


Click on links below to read the approved meeting minutes from the  August 8, 2017 Regular Town Meeting and the August 22, 2017 Board Work Session:

August 8, 2017 Regular Town Meeting: TM-minutes_080817_Apprvd

August 22, 2017 Board Work Session: WS-minutes_082217_Apprvd

Click on link below for the September 2017 issue of the Landings newsletter…