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Tips for Driving Safely in Town Center

Travel in the designated lane for motor vehicles, not in the bike or parking lane.

The City of Rockville’s Traffic and Transportation Division offers the following tips for safe driving on Rockville Town Center’s newly redesigned roadway:

  • Travel in the designated lane for motor vehicles, not in the bike lane or parking lane.
  • Before turning at an intersection or a driveway, check for approaching bicyclists and pedestrians.
  • Do not attempt to pass a bus at a bus stop while passengers are boarding or exiting the bus.
  • Drive at the posted speed limit.
  • Do not park, even temporarily, in the bike lane.
  • Look for new on-street parking spaces on North Washington Street and East Middle Lane.

Find more tips for safe driving, biking and walking under “Resources” at

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