Yesterday, Kelly Blynn (our friend from Coalition for Smarter Growth) posted a great piece on the status of our county’s Rapid Transit project. Like Old Georgetown Road, it’s critical that this infrastructure is built properly the first time both for efficiency and to responsibly use our tax dollars. Kelly lays out where we are and includes references to White Flint — our stretch of MD-355 is scheduled to be one of the first routes built. Read her full piece on Greater Greater Washington by clicking here.
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Really well done and interesting article. I would like to see it shared more widely. Any chance of republishing in the Gazette for example? I would like for more people to be able to read these kind of articles.
A well written and interesting article. I would like to see articles like this shared more widely. Is there any chance of getting it republished in the Gazette, for example. I would like for more people to read this kind of article.
This is a well written and interesting article. I would like to see this kind of story read more widely. Is it possible to get it republished in the Gazette, for example.