US 29 Central Corridor Advisory Committee

(From New Hampshire Ave to Capital Beltway)

Corridor Advisory Committees (CACs) were created in 2015 as part of the Montgomery County Department of Transportation’s (MCDOT) planned Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service on US 29 from the Burtonsville to downtown Silver Spring. The US 29 Central CAC represents the area of US 29 south of New Hampshire Avenue and North of I-495. The committee is made up of residents, business owners, and other stakeholders along the corridor.  The CAC meetings allow MCDOT to both give updates on the project to members of the community and to gather feedback from stakeholders along this portion of the corridor. Upcoming CAC meeting times and locations for the US 29 Central CAC can be found in the News and Upcoming Events section of this page. The public is welcome to attend and observe the committee discussions.

For more information on this corridor, see the US 29 BRT Project Page, the CAC Overview Page, and the Countywide Transit Corridors Functional Master Plan.

Facilitator

Corey Pitts
Office phone number: (240) 777-7217
Email address: Corey.Pitts@montgomerycountymd.gov

Meeting Documents

CAC Meeting #17 (Thursday, October 18th 2018)


CAC Meeting #16 (Thursday, May 31st 2018)
CAC Meeting #15 (Tuesday, March 6th 2018)


CAC Meeting #14 (Thursday, November 9th 2017)


CAC Meeting #13 (Tuesday, September 12th 2017)
CAC Meeting #12 (Thursday, July 13th 2017)
CAC Meeting #11 (Wednesday, May 24th 2017)

(The following documents make reference to the US 29 South CAC. But they also apply to the US29 Central CAC given that, until April 3 rd 2017, US29 South CAC used to cover what is today covered by US29 Central CAC.)


CAC Meeting #10 (Monday, April 3rd 2017)
CAC Meeting #9 (Tuesday, January 31st 2017)


CAC Meeting #8 (Monday, September 26 th 2016)

 

CAC Meeting #7 (Thursday, July 14 th 2016)


CAC Meeting #6 (Tuesday, May 24 th 2016)


CAC Open House (Monday, February 1 st, 2016)

  • FAQ (document that compiled common questions (with answers) occurring in member comments leading up to the open house)
  • Draft Preliminary Purpose and Need Document(while this document was not distributed at the meeting due to its length, it was the subject of the meeting, so for the reader’s convenience it is linked here for reference)


CAC Meeting #5 (Thursday, December 2 th, 2015)


CAC Meeting #4 (optional) (Thursday, September 10 th, 2015)
CAC Meeting #3 (Tuesday, June 2 nd 2015)
CAC Meeting #2 (Tuesday, March 31 st 2015)

  • Agenda
  • Presentation
  • Map of existing transit operations (high resolution: 1 MB)
  • Map of existing typical sections (high resolution: 0.9 MB)
  • Map of existing bicycle and pedestrian facilities (high resolution: 0.9 MB)
  • Meeting summary


CAC Meeting #1 (February 28 th 2015)

Members

* These affiliations were confirmed through consultations with the CAC members after the selection process.

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