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MCDOT's Sustainability Report

MCDOT Sustainability Policy document coverpage and graphic
  

MCDOT recognizes that the County’s expanding transportation system has far‐reaching impacts. The way our streets are planned, the range of available transportation options, and the way in which projects are constructed and maintained all influence our environment, physical health, economic well‐being, social cohesion and the resiliency of neighborhoods over time. To guide our decision making, programs, designs and policies, MCDOT has established four Sustainability Goals:

ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY: Plan and implement a transportation system that broadly considers ecosystem and climate impacts, reduces and prevents waste and pollution, uses renewable resources, uses sustainable sources of energy and reduces energy consumption.

ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY: Support a public transportation infrastructure that stimulates economic prosperity, promotes economic development, and is cost effective and efficient.  

SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY: Provide a transportation network that is accessible, affordable, safe, secure and equitable, and one that improves the health and quality of life for people who use it and live near it. Consider the basic needs of diverse residents and businesses and provide access and mobility for all. Give back to communities by volunteering and donating resources.

SUSTAINABILITY EDUCATION: Ensure that residents, businesses and visitors are well informed about their sustainable travel options, help them make more sustainable decisions in their daily lives and support them in their choices.  

To view MCDOT's Green Initiatives click here.

     
     

Green Government Report

 
Montgomery County’s Department of General Services has released the fiscal year 2018 Montgomery County Green Government Report on Sustainability that highlights MCDOT’s sustainable efforts, including enhancing bicycle mobility, bus commuting and smart parking in County garages.

 

 

 
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