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The County’s long-term, comprehensive transportation plan will significantly increase spending on new roads, transit, hiker-biker trails, and pedestrian safety.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Upcoming Street Paving Operations

The Montgomery County Department of Transportation, Division of Highway Services is working to resurface and repair roads and repair or replace curbs, gutters and sidewalks. Recent road resurfacing projects include Arcola Avenue from Georgia to Parker avenues; Parker Avenue from Arcola Avenue to Newport Mill Road; Newport Mill Road from Parker Avenue to Veirs Mill Road and Amherst Avenue in Wheaton; the Avenel and Mazza Woods neighborhoods in Potomac; the Regency Estates neighborhood in Rockville/Potomac; Huntington Parkway and Tilbury Street in Bethesda; and Norbeck Meadows in Rockville.

Road resurfacing is underway in the following neighborhoods and roads: Rollingwood in Chevy Chase; Sherwood Forest in Colesville; Liberty Heights in Germantown; Lake Churchill in Germantown; Highland in Rockville; Glenview in Wheaton; Rosemont in Gaithersburg; Russet Road in Aspen Hill; Tuckerman Lane in North Potomac; and Nicholson Lane in North Bethesda.

The following neighborhoods and arterial roads are scheduled to be resurfaced next: Tea Neck in Potomac; Ashton Manor in Ashton; Manor Oaks in Olney; Kingsbridge in Damascus; Prathertown in Germantown; Grosvenor Lane in North Bethesda; Bou Avenue in Rockville; and Connecticut Avenue from Bel Pre Road to the Leisure World Entrance.

Concrete curb and sidewalk repairs have been completed or are underway in the Green Tree Manor neighborhood; Kentstone Drive; Linder Lane between Wyngate Drive and Singleton Drive and Lindale Lane in Bethesda; the Greenwood Knolls neighborhood in Wheaton; Glenview in Wheaton; Broxburn Drive in Bethesda; Rollingwood in Chevy Chase; Tilbury Street in Bethesda; North Potomac in Potomac; Garrett Park in North Bethesda; Clearbrook Lane in Kensington; Glenview in Wheaton; and Fernwood Road in Bethesda. The Wheaston Woods neighborhood will receive repairs next.

Residents with questions about the paving or repairs can call 240-777-6000 or email mcdot.highway@montgomerycountymd.gov.
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