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Mayor and Council to Discuss Rockville Metro Station Study on May 6

Aerial of Rockville Station

The Mayor and Council will discuss a study of the Rockville Metro station during their Monday, May 6 meeting, which will begin at 7 p.m.

Two public meetings will be scheduled following the presentation to receive feedback from the community on concept designs.

Rockville is collaborating with the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and Montgomery County to conduct the study with the goals of developing recommendations for improvements to aging infrastructure, incorporating mixed-use development on Metro-owned property at the station and strategies to increase bus and train ridership.

The study will also explore options for incorporating new services, such as planned bus rapid transit along Rockville Pike and Veirs Mill Road, and how to better connect the station with Rockville’s downtown and surrounding neighborhoods.

Find more information on the study at or contact Manisha Tewari, research manager, at [email protected] or 240-314-8213.

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