MD 355 Open House – June 26 and 27

FLASH service on MD 355 will run between Bethesda and Clarksburg.

 

The Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) is studying options for a new BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) service along MD 355 called FLASH. MCDOT recently held Open Houses for the public to learn more about FLASH on MD 355 and see the results of the extensive evaluation and preliminary engineering of the alternatives, including ridership, benefits, impacts, and estimated costs.

 

Virtual Open House

Did you miss the meetings? Participate in a virtual open house
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Study Documentation

All documents from Phase 2 of the MD 355 BRT Corridor Study are available on our Resources page 

For more information, contact Darcy Buckley at (240) 777-7166 or darcy.buckley@montgomerycountymd.gov.

RELIABLE Frequent service, dedicated lanes, and green light priority signaling keep FLASH vehicles moving.

EFFICIENT One FLASH vehicle can take up to 90 cars off the road, making our transportation network more efficient and your commute easier.

CLEAN FLASH reduces harmful greenhouse gas emissions, making our air cleaner.

COMFORTABLE New FLASH stations will feature real-time travel info and provide a place for you to wait comfortably and pay your fare before boarding.

COST-EFFECTIVE You can save money by riding FLASH instead of driving a car.