Friends of White Flint

Promoting a Sustainable, Walkable and Engaging Community

P.O. Box 2761

White Flint Station

Kensington, MD 20891

Phone: 301-980-3768

Email: info@whiteflint.org


Author Archives: evangoldman

Weekly Trip Generation!

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For those of you who do read this part of the blog I apologize for not writing sooner.  I missed a week due to a crazy work schedule, but here is the data on my last two weeks of trip generations!

I took 29 trips between Monday 3/9 and Sunday 3/22:

 6 trips were auto associated with a vacation weekend in suburban New York and New Jersey. …

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Interesting Article on the Greater Greater Washington Blog about White Flint!

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White Flint master plan: it’s all about incentives


Proposed street grid at White Flint Metro. Image from Glatting-Jackson.
by Cavan Wilk Montgomery County is continuing its planning process to retrofit the area surrounding the White Flint Metro into a vibrant livable, walkable community. The current owners of the land surrounding the Metro station are on board with the plan.

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Monday Trip Generation Roundup!

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Hi Folks!

It’s Monday morning and time to log my weekly trips!  It looks like I am part of a larger trend.  See the article below from today’s Washington Post about increased usage of mass transit.

Monday March 2nd – Sunday March 8th

10 trips for the 7 days. 

6 by metro and walking

1 by foot only

1 long car trip to Wintergreen, Virginia to teach my daughter to ski!

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Trip Generation Rates in the New White Flint

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I was reading two great books on urbanism that inspired me to submit my first post to the FLOG!  The first book is called “The Option of Urbanism” by Chris Leinberger and the second is “Home From Nowhere” by James Kunstler.  I am thinking of buying some extra copies if anyone on the steering committee is interested in reading them.  

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