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I-270 Corridor: Help on the Way for 14 Bottlenecks

September 19, 2017 | Author: John Fineran

If you missed our September 7th breakfast, you missed a great presentation about imminent changes on I-270 that will improve some of the worst bottlenecks along the corridor – from Frederick to the Beltway! Drivers on I-270 will start to see the first construction and technology improvements in mid-September as a result of Governor Hogan’s $100 Million Innovative Congestion Management project. SMTA, with your support, will continue to advocate for long-term fixes to I-270 which add capacity, bridge improvements and transit but smoothing out the bottlenecks are actions to be...regional poll of 800 residents in Maryland, DC and Virginia support:

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I-270 Corridor Improvements: THE POWER OF GO!

August 28, 2017 | Author:MoveMDweb

Attend SMTA's breakfast meeting on September 7th to hear how Governor Hogan's $100 Million Innovative Congestion Management project is going. Drivers on I-270 will start to see the first construction and technology improvements in mid-September. Hear more details and timeframes from the Project Director: Jeffrey T. Folden, PE, DBIA Chief, Innovative Contracting Division Office of Highway Development MDOT State Highway Administration Thursday, September 7, 2017 8:00 a.m. - Registration & Breakfast 8:30 a.m. - Program Radisson Hotel - Rockville 3 Research Court, Rockville, MD 20850 SMTA Members: Free breakfast with...regional poll of 800 residents in Maryland, DC and Virginia support:

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Susan Swift, AICP Named Executive Director of SMTA

August 7, 2017 | Author: John Fineran

I am excited to be working with SMTA to improve mobility, safety and quality of life in our area. As planning director for Tampa, Leesburg and most recently, Rockville, I have significant experience in transportation, zoning and land use. I served as an expert witness as a consultant with HDR, Inc. and Tampa Bay Engineering, working on numerous infrastructure projects including roadways, pipelines and a trolley system. I look forward to working with you and can be reached at: info@mdtransportation.org 703.964.6792regional poll of 800 residents in Maryland, DC and Virginia support:

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Recent Successes for SMTA Priority Projects

August 7, 2017 | Author:MoveMDweb

The regional Transportation Planning Board agreed to study 10 long-range projects, policies and programs that could be game-changers in solving regional transportation. These included two of SMTA's highest priorities: 1) a northern bridge crossing the Potomac River and 2) a regional express travel network which includes Express Toll Lanes (free to HOV/Transit) for I-270, Capitol Beltway, Dulles Toll Road and U.S. 50; and widening the American Legion Bridge. In a letter to the Maryland Department of Transportation, County Executive Ike Leggett and the Montgomery County Council listed I-270 Express Toll/HOV/Transit...regional poll of 800 residents in Maryland, DC and Virginia support:

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Take The Council of Governments Transportation Survey

August 7, 2017 | Author: John Fineran

Lots of Successes in the Last Few Weeks - Let's Keep the Pressure On Participate in Visualize 2045 One of the best ways to participate in Visualize 2045 is to take the quick online survey. What issues most affect your daily travel? What would make your experience better? Your answers will help inform discussions among elected leaders and regional planners about the planning and funding decisions to improve the region's transportation future. The survey deadline was extended to August 21st. Do it today AND send the link to your friends....regional poll of 800 residents in Maryland, DC and Virginia support:

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Regional Transportation Planning Board to Move Forward on Long-Range Plan – Action Needed

July 20, 2017 | Author:MoveMDweb

This Wednesday, July 19, the COG Transportation Planning Board (TPB), will finalize the list of projects in their long-term study (details below). The public is invited to testify and your input is crucial, either in person or via email (using the button below). What TPB is voting on In light of studies showing our current long-range plans do not have enough capacity to handle future travel needs for our region, and if we don't add major new transit and road capacity, congestion gets much worse, TPB is studying 10 major...regional poll of 800 residents in Maryland, DC and Virginia support:

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