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The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission

Draft Study and Planning Board

Traffic fatalities in our communities are preventable and unacceptable. But some areas of Montgomery County suffer from unsafe, hazardous conditions for travelers on foot, bike or behind the wheel. Community safety data indicate that parts of Aspen Hill experience higher rates of severe and fatal crashes than in other areas of the county and are in dire need of improvement.

The Aspen Hill Vision Zero Study identifies a broad range of solutions—from specific intersection improvements to area-wide policies and strategies—that comprehensively address traffic safety in Aspen Hill. Individual traffic safety recommendations are prioritized based on existing safety risks and potential impacts, supported by data collected for the study or from county databases.

Read a draft of the study (descargue el resumen del plan). An updated draft of the study and a staff report for the Planning Board will be posted in the November 14 Planning Board Agenda (which will be posted 1 week beforehand).