The Commuter Survey is going on now!
The survey has been sent out to selected employers, to be completed by their employees, to help determine commuter driving and transit patterns.
Montgomery County Commuter Services also uses the employee commuting survey as a tool to obtain valuable information, which is then used for transportation planning and service improvements in the County and Region.
By participating in the Annual Commuter Survey, you are helping to improve Montgomery County's quality of life and making it an even better place to live and work. Commuter Services shares the results and analysis with participating employers.
Montgomery County employers, with 25 or more employees and located in the County's five Transportation Management Districts (Bethesda, Friendship Heights, Greater Shady Grove, North Bethesda and Silver Spring), are required by law to distribute the Commuter Survey to their employees.
If you are a Montgomery County employer interested in participating in the Commuter Survey, please telephone Commuter Services, 240-773-2989, or send us an e-mail.
White Flint Transportation Open House
A public open house on White Flint Transportation was held on Monday, October 19, 2015, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Walter Johnson High School Cafeteria, in Bethesda. Included was a presentation on the White Flint Transportation Management Study. Attendees had an opportunity to discuss the study, transportation infrastructure projects and commuter service programs one-on-one with County staff. For a PDF of the presentations click on: Proposed Strategies for Meeting White Flint Sector Plan Transportation Goals and White Flint Sector Plan Presentation (PDF) For more information or to comment on the study, please contact Commuter Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The program is called "MCLiberty" - Montgomery County Low Income Bikeshare Program. Qualified individuals will receive free membership in Capital Bikeshare and free bike safety training, a free helmet, and route planning.
Do You Qualify? Those who are currently receiving assistance through any Montgomery County social services organizations - or who may qualify through other low income criteria - should contact Commuter Services at (240) 777-8380 or via email mcdot.CommuterServices@montgomerycountymd.gov for a registration form you may use the fillable PDF version of the registration form here.Businesses and other organizations are also encouraged to contact Commuter Services at that number if they have interested employees or clients.
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commuting and transit benefits guides.
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drop us an email or telephone us at 240-777-8380.
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101 Monroe Street, 10th Floor · Rockville, Maryland 20850 · email@example.com
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