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    2015 Maryland Annual Driving Survey

    Click here to take the 2015 Maryland Annual Driving Survey and help Maryland make continued progress towards reducing motor vehicle fatalities and injuries. Take the Survey

  • Heads Up In Parking Lots

    Heads Up in Parking Lots

    In 2012, there were 423 reported pedestrian collisions in Montgomery County. Of these collisions, 125, or about 30 percent, occurred in parking lots and garages – a 39 percent increase in one year and the third consecutive year that collisions in parking lots increased.  Visit Parking Lot Safety.

  • County Launches Walk Your Way High School Pedestrian Safety Program

    County Launches Pedestrian Safety High School Education Program

    This year, MCDOT launched the Walk Your Way Grant Project to educate high school students about the importance of pedestrian safety. Through the Walk Your Way Grant Project, the County awarded grants to teams of high school students for the creation, design and implementation of a pedestrian safety education program at their high school. These projects will be implemented this Spring and a high school pedestrian safety toolkit will be released this Summer for use by high schools in the Fall. MORE...

  • Volunteers Wanted - Join Our Pedestrian Safety Volunteer Brigade!

    Help your community become safer for pedestrians - - and more walkable and bikeable. The Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT), in conjunction with the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD), has been working with community volunteers who are interested in participating in pedestrian safety education and outreach activities. Help teach your friends and neighbors how they can more safely walk and bike where they live, work, and play. Join our Pedestrian Safety Volunteer Brigade today! MORE...


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 Director's Office · Montgomery County Department of Transportation
101 Monroe Street, 10th Floor · Rockville, Maryland 20850 · mcdot.director@montgomerycountymd.gov
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