Montgomery County is hosting an open house on Monday, October 19 so community residents can learn more about the White Flint Transportation Management study. The event will be held in the Walter Johnson High School cafeteria, 6400 Rock Spring Drive, Bethesda, from 7 to 9 p.m.
Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett and Department of Transportation (MCDOT) Acting Director Al Roshdieh will welcome attendees followed by a presentation on the ongoing White Flint Transportation Demand Management Study. Afterwards, staff will be available at tables around the room to answer one-on-one questions on various White Flint infrastructure projects, including the parking garage under design for the Conference Center, separated bike lanes in design for Nebel Street, and roads.
In addition, staff from MCDOT’s Commuter Services will provide information on their programs and sign participants up for SmarTrip cards, Senior SmarTrip cards, the pay-by-phone parking app and more.