Advocating for walkable, bikeable, and transit-oriented communities as the most sustainable and equitable way for the Washington, DC region to grow and provide opportunities for all.

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No New Highways Webinar

As a part of our "All About Thrive" series, join

Rally for Affordable Housing in Chevy Chase, MD

Join Action in Montgomery, Coalition for Smarter Growth, and Montgomery for All to rally in support of mixed-income housing on top of a new Chevy Chase Library.

Latest Happenings


I-81 Brief

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SVN v. Capka - Memorandum in Support of Summary Judgment Oct. 23, 2008
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Statement of Material Facts in Support of SJ Motion

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Statement of Material Facts in Support of SJ Motion
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Groups Seek Judgement in I-81 Suit

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A coalition of non-profit groups filed a motion for summary judgment in federal court in Charlottesville Wednesday, challenging a Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) plan to spend $11.4 billion to widen most of I-81 to an average of eight lanes.
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DC Council Lauded for Action on Affordable Housing Law

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On October 21, the D.C. Council voted unanimously to ensure that the long delayed Inclusionary Zoning affordable housing law is implemented. Championed by Chairman Vincent Gray and Councilmember Jim Graham, the bill fully reflects the position of the Campaign for Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning, which has repeatedly requested implementation by the Mayor since original legislation was approved in December 2006.
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Montgomery County: Road Code Testimony

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Both the Coalition and the Audubon Naturalist Society (ANS) were actively involved in the entire process that brought us to this point. We began our engagement in early 2007 when we worked with the County Council to adopt a “Complete and Green Streets” law that gave new emphasis to street designs for all users and reduced polluted runoff. Based on direction for the Council, your staff conducted an extensive workgroup process. Both of our organizations participated in the workgroup.
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