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Opinion: The Beltway Battle and The ICC

Clock is ticking for action on adding toll lanes to major highways

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Elrich, Once Opposed to ICC, Now Embraces It as Option to Beltway Widening

County executive suggests greater use of Intercounty Connector could eliminate need for Beltway toll lanes

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State Board Advances I-270 Widening, Delays Beltway Plans

Vote follows calls from Montgomery leaders to delay toll lanes

Loose Pavement, Sinkhole Repairs Close Stretch of River Road

Detours near Potomac expected to be in place through weekend

Fewer Sparks At Hearing on I-270 Toll Lane Proposal

Some residents say widening project should focus on Germantown to Frederick stretch

Opinion: Shifting Bethesda’s Bike Lanes into Higher Gear

Bike-To-Work Day provides a reminder of decades-old cyclist route plans that continue to take shape

County’s Lead-Footed Drivers Rack Up $16 Million in Speed-Camera Citations

AAA study shows a quarter of fines in state are from Montgomery

County Activates Special Pedestrian Safety Crosswalk Lights

HAWK signal is the fourth in Montgomery County

Bethesda On-Street Parking Rate Hike Proposal Scaled Back

Council committee strikes compromise on meter prices

Is a Second Potomac River Bridge in Montgomery Dead in the Water?

A lack of political will is called a roadblock in option to ease Cabin John Beltway bottlenecks

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