DOT Transportation Engineering Projects


New Hampshire Flash Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)

This planning study will define the roadway treatment, station
locations, and end points of the New Hampshire Avenue BRT service

Transit Project

Project Manager:
Corey Pitts, AICP
BRT Implementation Manager
[email protected]


Project Description

The Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) is advancing BRT for the New Hampshire Avenue corridor consistent with the 2013 Countywide Transit Corridors Functional Master Plan. BRT will provide high quality transit service that improves the speed and reliability of bus service in the corridor.

The New Hampshire Avenue BRT Study will engage the public and:

  • Consider multiple approaches to improve bus speed and reliability
  • Define route end points and future station locations
  • Identify station accessibility needs
  • Consider how to connect with existing transit
  • Document potential impacts or tradeoffs for consideration

Routes / Upcoming Projects:

Related Projects: Learn more about BRT in the County Flash BRT Bus
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Project Map

Analysis has found:

Project Status

The project is currently in the planning phase where the major elements of the project will be defined.

Project Status Phases Timeline

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Proposed BRT Alternatives


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Your unique perspective, whether you live, work, or travel in this area, is essential to our planning process. Use our interactive map tool to review the proposed Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) alternatives. Your feedback can guide our understanding and improvement of the proposed system.

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About Corridor Advisory Committees (CAC)

Corridor Advisory Committees follow Master Plan guidance as approved by the Montgomery County Council: “A vital facet of facility planning is to receive input and feedback from affected property owners, civic and business groups, and transit riders and road users, including public forums and workshops, electronic newsletters, and other forms of outreach. Accordingly, a citizens' advisory group comprised of residents, business owners and other relevant stakeholders must be created for each corridor which enters into facility planning to make recommendations to the County on the design, construction and proposed station locations for the transit corridor.

Thank you for your continued interest and dedication to this vital County project.

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The project is funded for the planning phase. Future design and construction phases are currently unfunded.


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