Construction activities anticipated for the next two weeks beginning July 14, 2019.
PEPCO electrical construction located on the MNCPPC Aquatic Center property north of the Marinelli Road entrance has been completed—the contractor will return once PEPCO has installed a new power pole; the County is waiting on PEPCO’s schedule for pole placement.… Read More
Dim sum carts laden with dumplings, buns, and steamed rice crepes will start their rounds at China Garden this weekend. The 400-seat Cantonese restaurant opens its doors on Friday in the space formerly occupied by Paladar Latin Kitchen neighboring the Rockville Whole Foods.
Co-owner Chris Zhu and business partner George Cheung moved China Garden from Rosslyn, where it had operated since 1973.… Read More
The Planning Department staff has submitted their thoughts on Bus Rapid Transit on Route 355. Below are the highlights. (If you need to get caught up with what’s going on with BRT on Route 355, read our blog on the topic.)
1. Advance Alternative B, Median Transitway, as the preferred alternative and seek to increase the use of two-lane median transitways, especially south of Shady Grove Metrorail Station.… Read More
Make your reservation while it lasts….. for Fogo de Chão‘s new North Bethesda location in Pike & Rose for only $39.
Monday, July 8 – Sunday, August 11
Market Table & Feijoada Bar: Fresh salads, exotic vegetables, Fogo® feijoada (traditional black bean stew with sausage), seasonal soup, and more. Visit as often as you like.… Read More
From Bethesda Beat
Through the first half of the year, 272 pedestrians and bicyclists have been struck by vehicles on roads in Montgomery County – about 1.5 per day, according to county data.
Pedestrian- and bicyclist-involved crashes increased by about 14% from the same six months in 2018, when 238 crashes occurred.… Read More
Wall Local Park-Kennedy Shriver Aquatic Center
Monday, July 8, 2019
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- Development and Infrastructure Updates
- 2019 Biennial Monitoring Report
- White Flint Downtown Committee (Brian Downie)
- White Flint Implementation Coordinator Report (Peter Fosselman)
- MD 355 BRT Update (MCDOT staff)
- Other topics
Comments Off on Washington Post reviews: Commonwealth Indian is dressed to thrill in Rockville
From The Washington Post Magazine: Two Stars (good)
Now along comes Commonwealth Indian, raising the design bar in Rockville with its 100-seat bar and dining room in the Pike & Rose development. I’ve seen no other restaurant that looks like it. Two-dimensional Bengal tigers, cut from metal, cavort on the walls, and the illusion of a peacock in a garden is created from a bunch of colorful faux flowers and plants.… Read More
Comments Off on Check out the Route 355 BRT Presentation
Couldn’t make it to one of the open houses? Click these links to learn all about the Route 355 Bus Rapid Transit Route — station options, cost, benefits, numbers of riders, options. This is a large, important transit project for the White Flint/Pike District area, and you should know more about it.… Read More
Comments Off on Learn about Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) tonight and tomorrow night
The Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) is studying options for a new BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) service along MD 355 called FLASH.
MCDOT invites you to a public Open House to learn more about
FLASH on MD 355 and to see the results of the extensive evaluation and
preliminary engineering of the alternatives, including ridership, benefits,
impacts, and estimated costs.… Read More
Comments Off on Canopy by Hilton’s Rooftop Terrace at Pike & Rose — the place to be this summer
From Bethesda Beat
The area atop the Canopy by Hilton in North Bethesda features an all-day menu, three communal tables and a variety of outdoor games. Now instead of hockey, patrons can play giant Jenga, Connect 4 and cornhole. Customers can grab craft beers from local breweries, including Rockville’s 7 Locks Brewing and Waredaca Brewing in Damascus.… Read More