On May 3, GOCA sent this letter to Council President Floreen, of the Montgomery County Council, regarding funding for a planning study for the Olney Civic Center & Town Commons, funds for design/construction of the North High Street to Morningwood Dr. connection, and a planning study for the Bowie Mill Bikeway.
On February 16, GOCA sent this letter to Daniel Sheridan, of the Montgomery County DOT, regarding the resolution on the G Street��alley.
On December 16, GOCA sent this letter to the County Executive requesting placement of funding for a Civic Center/Town Commons study in the CIP.
On November 16, GOCA sent this letter to SHA supporting the MD 108 Pedestrian Safety Improvement project and requesting the westward extension of the shared-use path to Dr. Bird Road.
On November 6, GOCA sent this letter to the Planning Department supporting the Bowie Mill Road Bikeway project and calling for the additional safety of fully separated bike lanes
On October 28, GOCA sent this letter to WSSC requesting mitigation of the damages caused by the recent sewage spills
On September 17, GOCA sent this letter to Council Member Navarro suggesting constructive alternatives to County Bill 52-14 (banning non-essential pesticides)
On July 31, GOCA sent this letter to the County Executive with recommendations for the Safe Speed Program and included a copy of the final revised report of GOCA’s Traffic Camera Task Force
On July 1, MCPD’s Traffic Division Director, Captain Thomas Didone, issued this Response to GOCA’s Speed Camera Task Force.
Based on Community Feedback the Traffic Camera Task Force has issued a revision to its final report on the speed camera program.
On May22, GOCA’s Traffic Camera Task Force published its final report on the County speed camera program. GOCA will debate and vote on a Resolution on the County Speed Camera Program at its July 14 meeting.
On April 20, GOCA sent this letter to the Planning Department requesting construction of dedicated bike lanes on Bowie Mill Road. Our request was supported by this Statement of Purpose and Need document.At our March 10 meeting, GOCA passed this resolution regarding the Independent Transit Authority (ITA) proposal
On February 17, GOCA sent this letter to D14 and D19 Delegates and Senators supporting HB271, which requires local jurisdictions to conduct independent audits of their speed monitoring systems on a quarterly basis