The September meeting of MCBAG is tonight (Thursday September 20th) at 7 pm in Rockville. The location rotates between Gaithersburg and Rockville. This one’s in Rockville. MEETING DETAILS: MCBAG meetings in Rockville are held in the tall Executive Office Building, 101 Monroe Street, Rockville, in the large 9th floor conference room. Enter from the lower level entrance off Monroe Street. Ring the buzzer to the left of the door and tell them you’re there for the bike meeting and security will let you in Then you can use the elevators at the far end by the security desk. Bring your bike to the room, take Metro, or park for free in the big garage across East Jefferson Street. There’s some […]
The August MCBAG meeting is cancelled. The meeting will not be held at MCDOT’s Gaithersburg location. The meeting will not be held at MCDOT’s Rockville location. The location of canceled meetings will rotate between not here and not there. The next MCBAG meeting will be September 20th in Rockville. The address is 101 Monroe Street, 9th Floor, Rockville, MD 20850 . The October meeting will be in Gaithersburg.
The July meeting of MCBAG is this Thursday July 19th at 7 pm in Rockville. The location rotates between Gaithersburg and Rockville. This one’s in Rockville. Agenda is here. Projects that will be discussed: Capital Crescent Trail surface project on Bethesda Avenue (Woodmont Avenue to Wisconsin Avenue). Presented by M-NCPPC ‘s David Anspacher and Neil Braunstein. Executive Blvd shoulders in North Bethesda Woodglen Drive/Edson Lane issues in North Bethesda Clopper Road shared use path in Germantown Germantown bike rack at Germantown Transit Center MEETING DETAILS: Rockville MCBAG meetings are in the tall Executive Office Building, 101 Monroe Street, Rockville. Enter from the lower level entrance off Monroe Street. Ring the buzzer to the left of the door and tell them […]
The Montgomery County Department of Transportation publishes a resurfacing schedule of upcoming road resurfacing projects. Why is this useful? Because roadway resurfacing (repaving) requires repainting all the lines. White lines. Yellow lines. Dashed lines. It’s a chance to widen lanes, add bike lanes and fix configurations that impact cyclists. On some roads we’ve been chomping at the bit to have MCDOT redo the striping. On these projects MCDOT needs input from cyclists. Many projects are brought up at MCBAG meetings. But sometimes they aren’t. It’s essential to keep an eye on the resurfacing schedule.
MCBAG (Montgomery County Bicycle Action Group) meets this Thursday (6/21) at 7 pm at MCDOT’s Gaithersburg office. This is a NEW TIME and a DIFFERENT LOCATION than the last meeting. MCBAG plans to rotate meeting locations between Rockville and Gaithersburg, at least until they can get better set up in Rockville. The Gaithersburg address is 100 Edison Park Drive. There’s a security person in the lobby who can direct you. The agenda includes a review of bike projects such as the Bethesda Trolley Trail entrance on Woodglen Road.