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


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The long-awaited White Flint Metro Station North Entrance Feasibility Study Final Report

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WMATA has released the long-awaited feasibility study for the northern entrance of the White Flint metro station. You can read the report here.

While we, and others in Montgomery County, pushed for a phased approach, ultimately WMATA recommended Hybrid Alternative 3 that has a rough cost estimate of $35 million Now, while that’s a lot of dollars, it isn’t nearly as expensive as many other metro station entrances.…

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Great news! Council votes to fund second White Flint metro entrance and votes against Ride On service cuts!

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Thanks to the County Council for voting for funding the second White Flint metro entrance! This is wonderful news as it will allow us to have $2.9 million in funding ready to go for design of this project once we get the Concept Study back from WMATA this fall. Friends of White Flint advocated hard for this funding.…

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More about second White Flint metro entrance

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WMATA is currently studying how they might design and build a second entrance at the White Flint metro station. Here are some slides from a presentation they made at a North Bethesda Transportation Management District meeting last week.

2010 Study

In 2010, WMATA created a station access plan with the goals of creating: 1) better access at the existing Marinelli Road station entrance, 2) two options for a new north entrance, and 3) possible alignments for a pedestrian connection.…

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