This is a quick one week study done for UMD evaluating the impact of regional infrastructural improvements along Baltimore Avenue – Route 1 as it passes through University of Maryland’s College Park campus, including the purple line and upgrades to intersections at Paint Branch Parkway and Rossborough Drive. These improvements provide an opportunity to create strong connections to a large portion of campus area long isolated by heavy traffic along Route 1. This study proposes a phased plan for the development of an Innovation District east of Baltimore Avenue in an area now used primarily for campus services and storage. The introduction of signature classroom buildings at the intersection of Paint Branch Parkway and Baltimore Avenue establishes a modern branding element for the University. The campus entry is then further reinforced by the introduction of a campus visitors center a the intersection. In addition to the use of various traffic calming measures, pedestrian connections to the Innovation District are further reinforced by a sinuous bridge connection formally integrated to the visitors center and derived from existing pedestrian networks. Following phases build out the Innovation District and create further presence along Baltimore Avenue – Route 1.