Thanks to community activism from Action Committee for Transit, Friends of White Flint, and Councilmember Andrew Friedson, we received word Friday from MCDOT Traffic Engineering that they will be converting the existing flashers at the Bethesda Trolley Trail crossing of Tuckerman Lane to a full pedestrian hybrid beacon that includes a solid red light signal phase.…Read More
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Councilmember Andrew Friedson has requested that MCDOT Traffic Engineering and Operations evaluate safety upgrades including a pedestrian-activated HAWK signal that goes full red, at the intersection of the Trolley Trail and Tuckerman Lane. You may recall that a pedestrian tragically died at this intersection last month.
Councilmember Friedson also asked MCDOT to investigate any other safety improvements along the Tuckerman corridor.…Read More
“The Woodglen Drive Bikeway Improvements Project once completed will be an example of a complete street designed for users of all ages, modes and mobilities.” — from MCDOT’s newsletter, and music to our ears.
The Montgomery County Department of Transportation has released its latest plan affecting White Flint: the bikeway improvements coming to Woodglen Drive. …Read More