We’re always blathering on about projects that are starting or will be starting. Here’s a change — a project that’s done! The Chapman Avenue Extension is completed! The $3.3 million new road extends Chapman Avenue from Randolph Road to Old Georgetown Road. The road includes five-foot sidewalks on both sides of the street and a signed/shared bikeway on Chapman Avenue.…Read More
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MCDOT this week finished paving phase one Chapman Avenue Extended. Crews are now doing grading and drainage work on phase two.
The $3.2 million, two-lane road will run north and south and connect Randolph Road with Old Georgetown Road through an area of light industrial and residential buildings east of Rockville Pike.…Read More
The enhancement of the street grid throughout White Flint is going to both improve connectivity and act to diffuse traffic that presently has fewer travel options. We’ve written extensively about the planned Western Workaround, which will straighten Executive Boulevard on the west side of Rockville Pike and add new Market Street. …Read More
Kris Warner of Maier Warner provided the following update on their Pike District branding and placemaking work.
- Website – the new site is in production and we anticipate an early November launch.
- Social Media – Since the month of April, Pike District Facebook has increased to 823 followers and reaching nearly 4,000 people each month.
County Executive Ike Leggett, County Council President Roger Berliner, MCDOT Director Al Roshdieh, Friends of White Flint Executive Director Amy Ginsburg, and Coalition for Smarter Growth Montgomery Advocacy Manager Pete Tomao cut the ribbon yesterday on the wonderful new crosswalks in the Pike District.
“We are here to serve the community, so I value the support from residents and groups, such as the Friends of White Flint and Coalition for Smarter Growth, as we create an environment that supports a first rate multi-modal transportation system,” said Ike Leggett.…Read More
Here’s a summary of what was discussed at Tuesday’s White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee. Meetings are held the second Tuesday of every month at 8 am at the offices of Snyder Cohn.
The White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee testified to the Montgomery County state delegation in favor of legislation to change the minimum vote required to create a Business Improvement District to 51%. …Read More
Onto the White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee Meeting.
Tom Murphy, the new chairman, led the meeting and recognized the many contributions of the previous chair, Brian Downie.
Ken Hartman reported that Rupert Landscaping is refreshing the plants on the medians along Rockville Pike. He is working with DOT to figure out how to hang Pike District banners along Route 355.…Read More
Here is a quick summary of what the members of the White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee discussed at their meeting last Tuesday.
The county is updating the restaurant and development maps on www.pikedistrict.org.
138 bags of refuse was picked up two weeks ago as well as median signs. (On average the county’s crew picks up 120 to 168 bags of trash each week.)
The county is replanting in the median by Nicholson to replace plants lost over the winter.
Yeah, the City of Rockville is north of the White Flint area, but we’re joined in spirit and by Route 355 which is why I want to share the City’s recently-released plan for Route 355. Here are some highlights (since I assume most of you don’t have time to read the 140 page report.) Essentially, the City of Rockville wants to transform a two-mile section of Route 355 into a 252-foot wide boulevard, with 12 car lanes, BRT, and bikeways.…Read More
Here’s what you missed:
White Flint Implementation Committee Meeting November 9
Saul Centers Phase 1 went to DRC. It’s fundamentally in good shape with a few issues to fix
Pike & Rose Phase II recently submitted Phase 2b amendments with small modifications, mostly concerning the streetscape.
There’s a White Flint 2 Sector Plan meeting November 18 at 6:30 pm concerning transportation.