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Road Resurfacing Scheduled Through June for Rockville

The State Highway Administration is paving, patching and sealing cracks on roadways in and around Rockville through late June. In mid-April, SHA began resurfacing several sections of MD 586 (Veirs Mill Road) through Rockville, from First Street to the bridge over Rock Creek, and in the Wheaton/Silver Spring areas. Work is

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Vision Zero: City Meets to Talk Complete Streets and Sidewalks

Rockville’s Vision Zero Action Plan is walking (and rolling) on with a new Complete Streets project and meetings about roadway improvements to improve safety for all. In April, the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments’ Transportation Land-Use Connections Program awarded Rockville $80,000 for a Complete Streets feasibility study of Congressional Lane.

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Bike Racks Mean Business — And Grants Are Available

Studies show that businesses with bicycle parking near their storefront get a measurable sales boost. Business owners without bicycle parking near their shop or office could qualify for a rack — provided and installed for free by the City of Rockville — under the city’s Bike Rack Grant Program. Learn

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Vision Zero Project Public Meetings Continue in April

Community members can learn about ongoing transportation safety improvement projects across Rockville as the city hosts public meetings this month.  The projects are part of the city’s Vision Zero Action Plan to eliminate traffic-related deaths and serious injuries. Visit the city’s online calendar, at www.rockvillemd.gov/calendar, for details on how to

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Register Now for Bike to Work Day in May

Trade your gas pedal for bicycle pedals on Bike to Work Day, Friday, May 17.  Registration is now open for all 16 Montgomery County pit stops, including ones in city limits at Dawson’s Market in Rockville Town Square and Thomas Farm Community Center, 700 Fallsgrove Drive. Pit stops will have

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Speed Limit Reduction Coming to Veirs Mill Road

The State Highway Administration recently approved Rockville’s request for a speed limit reduction on a busy stretch of Veirs Mill Road in Twinbrook.  The speed limit will now be 35 mph, down from 40 mph, between Edmonston Drive and Twinbrook Parkway. The change makes the speed limit consistent with that

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City Now Issuing Citations Related to Wootton Parkway Speed Camera 

Rockville is now issuing citations for speeding vehicles captured by a speed camera on Wootton Parkway.  In a continuing effort to reduce the number of speeding vehicles in Rockville neighborhoods, the Rockville City Police Department deployed the speed monitoring system in late February in the 2500 block of Wootton Parkway,

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Vision Zero Springs Forward with Public Meetings Beginning This Month

Community members can learn about ongoing transportation safety improvement projects across Rockville as the city hosts public meetings this spring. The projects are part of the city’s Vision Zero Action Plan to eliminate traffic-related deaths and serious injuries. Visit the city’s online calendar, at www.rockvillemd.gov/calendar, for details on how to

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New Speed Cameras Coming to Wootton Parkway

In a continuing effort to reduce the number of speeding vehicles in Rockville neighborhoods, the Rockville City Police Department is deploying a new speed monitoring system in the 2500 block of Wootton Parkway, near its intersection with Fairwood Court. RCPD is scheduled to begin deployment Monday, Feb. 26. The system uses a

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