Last year was a busy one for MCDOT with the award of a $10 million TIGER grant for the U.S.29 BRT, launch of the Wheaton Revitalization Project, expansion of Bikeshare to Wheaton, start of a major White Flint transformation project and so much more. See report online.
MCDOT’s Approach to Roadway Salt Use: Apply the Minimum Amount Necessary to Ensure Safety
Using salt on County roadways during winter storms is a balancing act. Salt use protects travelers and can save lives. But using too much salt can have environmental impacts. That is why MCDOT uses the minimum amount of salt necessary to ensure public safety. Read more.
MCDOT’s Mobile Commuter Store Comes to You
Upcounty, downcounty, and all around -- the Mobile Commuter Store is on the move to provide valuable one-on-one transportation assistance in your area. Add value or purchase SmarTrip cards, buy Ride On passes and more. Check the weekly schedule or learn more about the Mobile Commuter Store.
Resurfacing Program Resumes
Spring brings the resumption of MCDOT’s Highway Services road repaving program and replacement and repairs to sidewalks, curbs and gutters. Check out the projectsplanned for your neighborhood this season.
Ride On Conducting Customer Survey
Let Ride On know your preferred way of getting information about the bus system and rate your experience with the service. Take a quick, 10-question survey online.
MCDOT to Hold Ride On Roadeo
The Ride On Roadeo encourages drivers to demonstrate their skills to family, friends and co-workers. The winner goes on to compete against other bus drivers from around the world. Read more about the International Bus Roadeo sponsored by the American Public Transportation Association.
Visit MCDOT's Booth at the 4th Annual Montgomery County GreenFest on May 5
The 4th Annual Greenfest, Montgomery County’s largest environmental festival, will take place on Saturday, May 5 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The free event will be held at Jesup Blair Park in Silver Spring. Read more.
March 19, 2018
*REMINDER: During winter storms, go to the County’s snow portal for the latest about closures, preparing for storms and emergency information.