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First Amicus Brief Filed in Purple Line Appeal Amid Signs Project is Moving Forward to Construction

Opponents of light-rail line try to rally supporters

County Altering Digital Residential Parking Permit System

After complaints about electronic system, transportation department will provide paper passes

Purple Line Federal Funding Grant Agreement Close to Being Signed

Governor’s office says $900 million agreement could be ready ‘in the very near future’

Federal Attorneys Urge Court of Appeals To Overturn Purple Line Ruling

Claim lower court erred in calling for new environmental study, revoking federal approval for light-rail project

WSSC to Spend Almost Two Years Replacing Water Mains Along Colesville Road in Silver Spring

Work is scheduled to start Monday

What to Expect as Major Water Main Replacement Project Begins in Downtown Bethesda

Water utility WSSC will replace water mains throughout Woodmont Triangle area

Transportation Director Orders Leland Street Barriers to Be Removed in Downtown Bethesda

Move comes after he said department didn’t follow proper process for installing access restriction

Council Members Raise Questions After Leland Street Restricted in Bethesda

Resident in neighborhood says diminished traffic feels like ‘Sunday morning, every morning’

County to Offer Free Rides on New Rockville Pike Bus Route in October

The limited stop Ride On extRa rush-hour service begins Oct. 2

Woodmont Triangle Water Main Replacement Project to Enter Second Phase

Drivers told to expect partial street blockages, other impacts after project begins later this month

County Blocks Access to Leland Street in Downtown Bethesda

Move came in response to residents’ complaints about cut-through traffic

Federal Appeals Court Sets Expedited Schedule for Purple Line Lawsuit

Oral arguments in the case could take place this fall

Hogan Hasn’t Received Response From FAA Over NextGen Noise Problems

Governor this week sent second letter to federal officials about airplane noise complaints

New Retail Space, No Condos in Plans for Arlington Road Dealership Redevelopment

Property owners look to submit project application in coming weeks

Federal Judge Tosses Final Issues Before Him in Purple Line Case

Plaintiffs fail to get new ruling on noise and environmental issues; case continues in Court of Appeals

FAA Says Study Found No Significant Noise Impacts to Bethesda Area with Flight Path Changes

County Council president says agency has no intention of solving noise issues causing residents’ complaints

Beltway Resurfacing Project To Close Outer Loop Lanes Starting Next Week

Workers will begin project to patch pavement, pave and restripe highway in Bethesda and Kensington

Planning Board Looks To Increase Max Building Density at Grosvenor-Strathmore Site

Staff estimates changes could raise housing count from 1,145 to 1,397 units

Coast Guard Lightens Potomac River Restrictions while Trump is Golfing; Maryland Representatives Urge Federal Government to Provide Purple Line Funding

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday morning

Friends of Capital Crescent Trail Take Purple Line Fight to U.S. Transportation Secretary

Will Elaine Chao sign the project’s federal grant agreement?
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