Aspen Hill Vision Zero study

The Aspen Hill Vision Zero Study will identify existing barriers to safety and explore ways to improve safety for all road users in the area. The study will rely on traditional data collection and analysis as well as new tools to identify issues and promote solutions. The study will bring together residents, civic associations, local businesses, County Departments, and other stakeholders.

The Aspen Hill Vision Zero Study seeks to:

  • Enhance connectivity by improving safety for all road users
  • Explore solutions to reduce speeds and conflicts on the road.
  • Establish direct, safe connections to transit, community facilities, and other destinations.
  • Examine potential for redevelopment of commercial shopping centers.
  • Engage residents, business owners, and civic associations.
  • Collect and analyze data to inform priorities.


Statement on Aspen Hill Collision from Montgomery County Planning Board Chair Casey Anderson

November 3 – Participate in a Walk Audit of Aspen Hill with the Planning Department for a Walk Audit

In the News

Crash Injuring MCPS Students Draws Heightened Attention to Pedestrian, Student Safety

Council Members Navarro and Rice Call for Improved Pedestrian Safety Efforts

County Planner Talks About Collisions

MCPS Students Invited to Apply for Vision Zero Ambassador Program

Last Updated: October 18, 2018