CSG In The News

Report says Montgomery County has good bus service, but region needs more investment

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A report released Thursday by a regional coalition of business and smart growth organizations commends Montgomery County for its Flash bus service and free fares for Ride On service, while urging improvements for bus service across the region.
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CSG in the News: MetroNow releases progress report to refocus region’s leaders on urgency of better bus

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The MetroNow Coalition—comprised of the Coalition for Smarter Growth, Federal City Council, Greater Washington Board of Trade, Greater Washington Partnership, Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce, Prince George’s Chamber of Commerce, the 2030 Group and Tysons Partnership—released the MetroNow Bus Transformation Project Progress Report. 
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CSG in the News: Traffic safety groups implore officials to make upgrades for pedestrians, cyclists after recent deaths

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The campaign specifically focuses on the Route 7 corridor around Baileys Crossroads and Seven Corners after 68-year-old Nguyet Ly was hit and killed when walking along a section of Leesburg Pike without a sidewalk on Dec. 13.
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CSG in the News: Prince George's Zoning Rewrite Stalls Over Unique Ethics Rule

CSG in the News: Prince George’s Zoning Rewrite Stalls Over Unique Ethics Rule

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UPDATE 4/12/2021: The revised bill, HB 980, passed both the Maryland House of Delegates and the Senate. Thanks to all those who took action! The final bill was amended (changes we supported) to address concerns and ensure broad support. View final bill here. "First on FOX 5: Prince George’s County
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CSG in the News: Tenleytown Group Files Court Appeal Over 86-Unit Church Redevelopment

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By Jon Banister | Bisnow, Washington, DC | March 18, 2020 A plan to redevelop a church in upper Northwest D.C. and add senior housing has received opposition from a neighborhood group, and it is now taking the project to court.  The Tenleytown Neighbors Association filed an appeal Friday with
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