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Event Materials: "Complete Streets" Policy Update (Prince George's)

Event Materials: “Complete Streets” Policy Update (Prince George’s)

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People walking to transit, stores, schools, and elsewhere are often at risk as they traverse wide, high-speed roads. With Prince George’s leading the region in traffic and pedestrian deaths, we’ve been asking how we can make roads safer for people walking or biking to their destinations.

Testimony: Silver Spring mixed-use development at Georgia and Cameron (Support, Montgomery County)

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We wish to express our support for the proposed mixed-use development at 8676 Georgia Avenue and 8601 Cameron Street. This development will provide up to 525 additional transit-accessible homes in downtown Silver Spring; improve pedestrian and bike infrastructure in the surrounding area; and offer additional retail and commercial space to serve this neighborhood and its many residents and visitors just blocks from the Silver Spring Metro.
We won a future of more homes in the right places – Chevy Chase and U Street!

We won a future of more homes in the right places – Chevy Chase and U Street!

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Thanks to advocates like you, the DC Zoning Commission made the right decision on July 11 and approved rezoning proposals to add substantially more housing capacity in two sought-after locations in DC: U Street police and fire stations site, and the Chevy Chase civic core and Connecticut Avenue main street below the circle. 

Event Materials: Blueprint Launch Webinar

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In this webinar, we dived into the different ways that better land use, housing, and transportation policies can address our region's interconnected challenges.

REPORT: DC Metro Area Transit Access Stories

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Since 2002, public transit agencies in DMV have improved service in a number of ways.