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Veirs Mill Corridor Master Plan Sails Through Council

Affordable housing, pedestrian safety and public transit measures included in 20-year vision

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

Bethesda Street Parking Could Increase to $4 An Hour at Peak Times

Demand-based pricing plan intended to encourage residents to use garages

Montgomery Senator Holds A Different View on Widening I-270, Beltway

Nancy King says traffic congestion relief is a priority

Montgomery Lawmakers Urge Senate to Pass Bill Delaying Toll Lane Project

In shot at governor, Elrich says proposal is ‘totally ignoring the other traffic problems’

An ‘Off the Wall’ Idea from Elrich Advisers: Limit Driving in Parts of County

Transition team also suggests restricting tractor-trailers, providing incentives to employees who walk or bike to work

Additional Metrorail Service North of Silver Spring Gets Funding

Subway system’s board approves budget with money to end turnaround

Council Wants Clarity from State Over Demolishing Homes for Toll Lanes

Transportation secretary’s comments are changing, worrying some county leaders

New Limits On Parking Spaces Being Debated

Large commercial, residential buildings could be forced to cut available parking in effort to promote transit, carpools

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