MCDOT Kicks Off Planning Study for the North Bethesda Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)/Flash Bus Service; Seeks Public Input by Friday, April 29

by MCS Staff

Montgomery County’s Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service, branded Flash, provides upgraded bus service on select corridors. The County is looking to extend this bus service to North Bethesda. The Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) has kicked off a planning study for the North Bethesda BRT/Flash Bus Service to assist in determining the street layout, location of stations and the endpoints of the corridor.

Anyone interested it able to take a brief project survey to help refine goals and recommendations for the North Bethesda BRT Planning Study. The survey is available in English and Spanish. The survey will be open until Friday, April 29.

Take the survey available in English and Spanish here. Select your preferred language on the dropdown menu located in the top right corner of the survey.

To learn more about the BRT/Flash Bus Service please visit the Flash website here.

Look for project outreach team members at bus stops along the corridor and at Pike and Rose and Montgomery Mall this weekend, April 2-3.


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1 comment

lilk April 12, 2022 - 4:24 pm

MOre of this ‘north bethesda’ bull. It is annoying.
Anyways, there is the Flash bus already on Rockville Pike that runs from Medical Center to Sahdy Grove.
So is this new route going to run on Montrose?


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