The collision occurred at the road’s intersection with Indianola Drive in Rockville. Two people were being treated for minor injuries, while a third’s injuries were more critical.
Hank Dietle’s Tavern, which was severely damaged by fire on Feb. 14, could reopen by summer, according to the bar’s owner.
The Maryland State Highway Administration announced on Monday that work has been completed on the intersection of Md. 355 and Cedar Lane and West Cedar Lane, in Bethesda, just north of the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
Plans for bus rapid transit in Montgomery County include offering it from Bethesda to Clarksburg along Rockville Pike.
A 16-inch water main has been repaired after its break caused traffic delays through Wednesday afternoon.
Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett says he’s optimistic about the future of his new proposal for a bus rapid transit system in the congested Rockville Pike and Route 29 corridors.
WASHINGTON — A Montgomery County police officer died Thursday morning, a week after he was hit by a car during a traffic stop. Noah Leotta was 24. Chief J. Thomas Manger said in a statement,…
WASHINGTON — A Montgomery County, Maryland police officer was seriously injured after being hit by a vehicle during a traffic stop Thursday night. It happened around 9:45 p.m. on Rockville Pike near Edmonston Drive. According to…
WASHINGTON —Rockville Pike reopened shortly before 8 a.m. Thursday after a water main break that closed lanes for more than a day. Crews had been working to repair the break in a 74-year-old main on Rockville…
Beginning June 6, a portion of Cedar Lane in Bethesda will close
to traffic for at least two months.
The break has blocked off Rockville Pike between Marinelli Road and Strathmore Avenue, in the area near the White Flint Mall. All lanes in both directions were closed for several hours; the northbound lanes were reopened at about 8:15 a.m.
Increased security measures at Walter Reed
National Military Medical Center along Rockville
Pike could significantly impact traffic Tuesday
Aside from the public sentiment, there is a question of space. But the store slated to wedge itself along Rockville Pike is far from a done deal.
The commutes along Rockville Pike and Connecticut Avenue are about to get a lot worse as lanes are torn up near the National Institutes of Health and the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.