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Title Category Division Status URL Summary
White Oak Local Area Transportation Improvement Program Streets Traffic Planned Open Budget

​Cost estimates associated with transporation in White Oak Science Gateway Master Plan​

Bethesda Transportation Infrastructure Development Streets Traffic Planned Open Budget

​Cost estimates associated with transporation in Downtown Bethesda Master Plan​

Transit Park & Ride Lot Renovations Transit Transit Planned Open Budget

​Repaving and updated signage needed​

Bus Raid Transit Transit Director's Office Planned Open Budget
This project will design and construct a new Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line on VeirsMill Road (MD 586) between the Wheaton and Rockville Metrorail Stations.Planning conducted by the Maryland Department of Transportation StateHighway Administration (MDOT SHA) resulted in a Recommended Alternative inlate 2017. The recommended alternative includes queue jumps for use by BRTand other buses at congested intersections along the corridor, new BRT stationswith level boarding and off-board payment, Transit Signal Priority, purchase ofnew 60-foot articulated vehicles, and other associated pedestrian and bicycleimprovements along the corridor. The study retains curbside dedicated lanes asthe long-term BRT alternative for Veirs Mill Roa​d.
Bus Rapid Transit: MD 355 Transit Director's Office Planned Open Budget
The MD 355 FLASH will provide upgraded, frequent, and reliable service between Downtown Bethesda and Clarksburg along the MD 355 (Wisconsin Avenue/Rockville Pike/Frederick Road) corridor. The Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) is studying different alternatives for FLASH on MD 355. Upon completion of the study, MCDOT will identify a single “Recommended Alternative” – which includes the BRT route, station locations, and engineering features – that can be advanced toward design and implementation in phases. The MD 355 BRT will be part of the County’s FLASH BRT system with amenities like upgraded stations, real-time information, free Wi-fi, and quick boarding features.​
Brighton Dam Bridge Bridges Transportation Engineering Planned Open Budget
​This project provides for the rehabilitation of the existing Brighton Dam Road Bridge No. M-0229 over Brighton Dam of Triadelphia Reservoir.


Falls Road East Side Hiker Biker Bike/Pedestrian Transportation Engineering Planned Open Budget

​This project provides funds to develop final design plans, acquire right-of-way, and construct approximately 4 miles of an 8-foot bituminous hiker/biker path along the east side of Falls Road from River Road to Dunster Road.​

Forest Glen Passageway Bike/Pedestrian Transportation Engineering Planned Open Budget

​This project provides for design, right-of-way acquisition, utility relocations, and construction of a new grade separated connection under Georgia Avenue to improve access to the Forest Glen Metro Station from neighborhoods and institutions located on the east side of Georgia Avenue.​

Franklin Avenue Sidewalk Bike/Pedestrian Transportation Engineering Planned Open Budget

​This project provides for continuous sidewalk along the north side of Franklin Ave from Colesville Rd (US 29) to University Blvd (MD 193). The project includes 4600 linear feet of sidewalk, new curb and gutter, and storm drains.​

Goldsboro Road Sidewalk and Bikeway Bike/Pedestrian Transportation Engineering Planned Open Budget

​This project provides for the final design and construction of two 11-foot travel lanes for a one mile segment of Goldsboro Road (MD 614) from MacArthur Boulevard to River Road (MD 190), a 5-foot sidewalk along the north side, a 5-foot sidewalk on the south side at selected locations, a 5-foot minimum one-way separated bike lane in each direction as well as a 5-foot bike lane for northbound MacArthur Boulevard at the Goldsboro Road/MacArthur Boulevard intersection, and an 8-foot minimum shared use path at the NE and SE corners of the Goldsboro Road/MacArthur Boulevard intersection.​

Life Science Loop Trail Bike/Pedestrian Transportation Engineering Planned Open Budget

​The project provides for the planning of the of 3.5 mile Life Sciences Center Loop Trail, a 12 to10-foot wide shared use path that is a central feature of the Life Sciences Center (LSC) area of the Great Seneca Science Corridor Master Plan.​


MacArthur Boulevard Bikeway Improvements Bike/Pedestrian Transportation Engineering Planned Open Budget

​This project provides bikeway improvements along 4.7 miles of MacArthur Boulevard from I-495 to the District of Columbia. ​

MD 355-Clarksburg Shared Use Path Bike/Pedestrian Transportation Engineering Planned Open Budget

​This project is to provide design, land acquisition, utility relocations, and construction of a new 10-foot wide shared use bike path along the eastern side of Frederick Road (MD 355) from Snowden Farm Parkway to 430 feet north of Clarksburg Road (MD) and from 669 feet south of intersection to Stringtown Road. The total length of project is approximately 2,506 linear feet.​


Montrose Parkway East Roadway Transportation Engineering Planned Open Budget

​This project previously provided for a new four-lane divided arterial road as recommended in the 1992 North Bethesda/Garrett Park and 1994 Aspen Hill Master Plans. Planning funds are included to evaluate alternatives that address safety concerns regarding the railroad crossing and general traffic flow in a smaller, less costly manner.​


Oak Drive/MD27 Sidewalk Bike/Pedestrian Transportation Engineering Planned Open Budget

​The total project is comprised of 3 phases. However, only Phase I is recommended for funding at this time. Phase I includes a 4200 foot segment of Oak Drive and a 350 foot segment of Kingstead road.​


Seven Locks Bikeway and Safety Improvements Bike/Pedestrian Transportation Engineering Planned Open Budget

​This project provides for pedestrian and bicycle improvements for dual bicycle facilities (on-road and off-road) and enhanced, continuous pedestrian facilities along Seven Locks Road from Montrose Road to Bradley Boulevard (3.3 miles) plus a bike path on Montrose Road between Seven Locks Road and the I-270 ramp, plus northbound and eastbound auxiliary through lanes with on-road bike lanes at the intersection of Seven Locks Road and Tuckerman Lane.​


White Flint District West Roadway Transportation Engineering Planned Open Budget

​This project provides for engineering, utility design, and land acquisition for one new road, one relocated road, improvements to three existing roads, and one new bikeway in the White Flint District area for Stage 1.​

Brinkwood Road Roadway Highway Planned Open Budget
Residential Resurfacing Using Hot Mix Asphalt​
Germantown Estates Roadway Highway Planned Open Budget

Residential Resurfacing Using Hot Mix Asphalt​

Bethesda CBD Streetscape Roadway Transportation Engineering Planned Open Budget
​This project provides for the design and construction of pedestrian improvements to complete unfinished streetscapes along approximately 2,670 feet of Central Business District (CBD) streets in Bethesda as identified in the Bethesda CBD Sector Plan.​


Plantations Subdivision Roadway Highway Planned Open Budget

Residential Resurfacing Using Hot Mix Asphalt​​

Bedfordshire Subdivision Streets Highway Planned Open Budget

Concrete Repair and Replacement​

Lakewood Estates Subdivision Streets Highway Planned Open Budget

Rehab and replacement of existing concrete infrastructure​​

Potomac Ridge Subdivision Streets Highway Planned Open Budget

​Rehab and replacement of existing concrete infrastructure​

Wilson Lane Streets Highway Planned Open Budget

​Rehab and replacement of existing concrete infrastructure​

Southlawn Lane and East Gude Drive Roadway Highway Planned Open Budget

​Concrete Pad Resurfacing​

 

 

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