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Walk & Ride Registration Now Open
 
Walk & Ride
Start planning now for BTS’ Annual Walk & Ride Challenge. This year’s Challenge will be held from September 7-27, 2014.

Registration is open, so find your team and lace up your walking shoes!

Register your team by August 1 and receive a $10 discount off your team's registration fee. Click here for more details!
 
Bike to Work Day 2014 - A Soggy Success!
 
Bike to Work Day 2014 It was a soggy Bike to Work Day this year, but Downtown Bethesda still had 160 cyclists turn up at our Pit Stop!

T-Shirts
If you were not able to ride to the Pit Stop, we have your shirt at our office.

Sizes available are Small, Medium, Large, and Extra Large while supplies last. Come on in and ask Allison in the front office for your preferred size.

Offices of Bethesda Transportation Solutions
a division of the Bethesda Urban Partnership
7700 Old Georgetown Road, Lobby Level
Bethesda, MD 20814
(301) 656-0868
Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm, Monday through Friday

Click here for photos of the event!
 
Road Work This Summer
 
The Maryland State Highway Administration has announced that a portion of Cedar Lane will be closed starting June 6, 2014. It is expected to reopen in the latter part of August, 2014.

The road will be closed between Rockville Pike (MD-355/Wisconsin Avenue) and Elmhirst Parkway, near the Stone Ridge School for the Sacred Heart. During this time, crews will be working to replace aging pipes beneath the road, construct a new entrance to the school, and add a traffic signal.

Traffic will be detoured onto Strathmore Avenue (MD-547/Knowles Avenue) and Summit Avenue, which will add travel time to your commute. The Ride On Route 34 bus will also be detoured (click here to see a map).

You can beat the crowds by trying transit or renting a Capital Bikeshare bike at NIH and riding to a station in Downtown Bethesda this summer!

For more information about this project, click here.

In addition, the State Highway Administration has announced that they will be making improvements along Bradley Boulevard (MD-191) near Strathmore Street in Chevy Chase this summer. More information about this project can be found here.
 
Capital Bikeshare Comes to Bethesda!
 
Bethesda Transportation Solutions is thrilled that Capital Bikeshare stations are now open for business in Downtown Bethesda! Several stations in Bethesda have opened and more are expected to open soon.

Veteran's Park Station The open stations are:
  • Cordell and Norfolk Aves - 11 bikes
  • Norfolk and Fairmont Aves - 11 bikes
  • Montgomery Ave and East Lane - 11 bikes
  • Bethesda Ave and Arlington Rd - 19 bikes
  • Montgomery Avenue and Waverly Street - 11 bikes
  • Battery Lane and Trolley Trail - 15 bikes
  • Norfolk and Rugby Avenues - 11 bikes
  • Elm and 47th Streets (Elm Street Park) - 15 bikes
  • Wisconsin Avenue and East-West Highway - 12 bikes (pictured, in a photo courtesy of Capital Bikeshare)
Click here to see a map!

More information about Capital Bikeshare can be found here.
 
 
 
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