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Softball League Registration Ongoing Dust off the cleats and polish the old glove because the Wednesday Morning Men’s 58+ Softball League will be registering participants until July 29. Games, which begin Aug. 19, will be held at Morris Park on Summit Hall Road.…

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Photo Contest Takes Submissions Want to win some PetSmart gift cards? Take a picture of your favorite four-legged friend and enter your pet in the City of Gaithersburg “Citizen Pet” photo contest. The contest is available to residents whose dogs and cats…

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Runs Planned for City Council and Mayor On the first day candidate packets became available, June 5, Mayor Jud Ashman and City Councilmembers Ryan Spiegel and Neil Harris picket up their packets at City Hall. The three will be vying…

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Candidate Packets Available June 5 Want to run for mayor or become a member of the Gaithersburg City Council? Candidate packets will available online and at City Hall at 31 S. Summit Ave. beginning June 5. Candidates must get at least 100…

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Bike to Work Day Rolls Out Get ready to burn some calories and get to work without waiting in traffic because the annual Bike to Work Day is set for May 15. With 79 total pit stops in the region, Bike…

MCCF Meeting Looks at the Future of Transportation

Photo | Christine Darton-Henrichsen, Potshots by Christine

Washingtonian Woods resident Lisa Cline stands on the berm that will be used for the Corridor Cities Transitway.  She demonstrates the proximity of homes to Great Seneca Highway.

Real-time computer control of traffic signals at congestion points, incentives to encourage drivers to avoid peak rush hour times or routes, and automated vehicle controls that prevent accidents are some strategies for solving our national transportation problems. This was the…