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Cardin Recaps Meeting with County Council (VIDEO)

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U.S. Senator Ben Cardin recaps his meeting with the Montgomery County Council in this MyMCMedia Extra. Related:

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Corridor Cities Transitway Work in Washingtonian Woods Park (PHOTOS)

Gaithersburg officials have alerted the Mayor and City Council members in an email briefing that geotechnical borings for the Corridor Cities Transitway will begin on July 22 and continue for several days in Washingtonian Woods Park. Assistant City Manager Dennis Enslinger reports in the daily briefing that a short portion of the park path adjacent […]

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Cashkey Program Discontinued

Beginning July 21, the Montgomery County Division of Parking Management (DPM) will no longer sell new CashKeys or load additional value onto CashKeys. The manufacturer (Duncan Solutions) has just informed Montgomery County officials that the CashKey system is being permanently discontinued. The manufacturer is no longer producing the key and no longer supporting the system’s […]

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County Wins Award for Pedestrian Safety Campaign (Video)

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Montgomery County’s Office of Public Information recently won an award for its pedestrian safety campaign. Visit our PEG partner County Cable Montgomery to view more of its local programming.

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Leggett on the Status of the Silver Spring Transit Center (Video)

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Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett provides an update on the repairs taking place on the Silver Spring Transit Center in this interview: Visit our PEG partner County Cable Montgomery to view more of its local programming.

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MoCo and D.C. Councilmembers Discuss BRT, Streetcars, Metrobus Routes

Members of the Councils of Montgomery County and Washington, D.C., hosted the first ever joint meeting of their respective Transportation and Environment Committees and had in-depth discussions on how to enhance coordination on key issues that impact both of the neighboring jurisdictions. The July 16 meeting marked the third in an on-going series of meetings, […]

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SHA Begins Resurfacing Project on Georgia Avenue in Olney

The State Highway Administration (SHA) has begun work on a $2 million safety and resurfacing project along MD 97 (Georgia Avenue) from Old Baltimore Road to Queen Elizabeth/Prince Philip Drive in Montgomery County. Weather permitting, the project should be complete by late fall. Preliminary work on the project began at the end of June. Work […]

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First MoCo & D.C. Joint Transportation Meeting

Members of the Councils of Montgomery County and Washington, D.C., will co-host the first ever joint meeting of their respective Transportation and Environment Committees at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 16, at the Washington Metropolitan Council of Governments offices in Northeast Washington. The committees will meet to enhance coordination on key issues that impact both […]

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County Phasing Out Parking Meter CashKeys Beginning July 21

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Beginning July 21, the Montgomery County Division of Parking Management (DPM) will no longer sell new CashKeys or load additional value onto CashKeys. The manufacturer (Duncan Technologies) are permanently discontinuing the CashKey system. The manufacturer is no longer producing the key and no longer supporting the system’s computer software and hardware. The CashKey allows parkers […]

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SmarTrip Passes Now Available for Youth at Libraries (Video)

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In this transportation report, Community Relations Manager Tom Pogue of the Department of Transportation explains the Youth Cruiser Pass for Ride On passengers under the age of 19 in Montgomery County. The SmarTrip card may be purchased at Montgomery County Libraries. A summer pass is available for $18. Visit our PEG partner County Cable Montgomery […]

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