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Better buses for Prince George’s: What does better bus service look like?

Join us for a pivotal discussion about what's next for better bus service in Prince George's County and the region.

EVENT: “Taming Arterials” webinar with FABB

Major arterial roads such as Routes 1, 7, 50, 123

Latest Happenings


Voices from the Community: Pass Thrive 2050 Now!

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Check out our new video showcasing four residents’ personal stories about living in Montgomery County and their hopes for the future. Gretchen, Paul, Yvonne, and Marion support Thrive 2050 and want to see the County Council embrace Thrive’s vision for the future.
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COMMENTS: Serious concerns about the K Street Transitway

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We are enthusiastic supporters of your bold bus priority program, and the vision for the K Street Transitway project that you shared in 2019. However, we wish to express our great concern about the changes to the K Street Transitway design reflected in the semi-final 65% design stage.
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COMMENTS: Thrive Coalition Sign-on Letter (Fall 2022)

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September 30, 2022 Montgomery County CouncilCouncil Office Building100 Maryland Ave, 6th FloorRockville, MD 20850 Re: Support for Thrive Montgomery 2050 Council President Albornoz and Councilmembers: The undersigned organizations are excited for the County Council to strengthen and approve Thrive 2050 this fall. Thrive is the right direction and vision for
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TAKE ACTION: Prince George’s needs safer streets and better transit for livable communities

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Maryland Department of Transportation will present its six-year transportation budget plan to Prince George’s officials this Thursday. The project list has some good projects, including the Purple Line, Metro, walk and bike safety, and support for transit-oriented development along the Blue Line Corridor. But also plans a lot of bad spending for road expansion that will fuel sprawling, traffic-generating development in the remaining rural areas of the county, and a continued failure to redesign existing roads to make them safer.
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