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Transportation : Getting Around

Whether traveling to work or going to the game, find out how we get you from Point A to Point B.

Traffic Concerns

Reporting Traffic Concerns

Do you have a speed concern or other traffic concern in your neighborhood? Poolesville government representatives work closely with Montgomery County Police and the Departments of Transportation.

Please report your concern so that we can best address your needs. The more information we have, the better we can work with Sate and County agencies. We want to hear about and have a record of all your questions and concerns.

Public Safety

If this is a public safety issue that requires immediate response, call 9-1-1.

Transportation Choices

 

Bus

Bus Service between Poolesville and other parts of Montgomery County is provided by the Montgomery County Department of Transportations’ Ride On Program.

Route 76 is the Ride On service serving Poolesville.  Check out the Route 76 Ride On schedule online.

 

Metro

Metro-rail service in the Washington D.C. metro area provided by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. Many Poolesville residents use the commuter parking lots and Metro service at Shady Grove, Rockville, Twinbrook and White Flint Metro stations. Check out the interactive metro map online.

 

 

Rail

The MARC train is a great way for business commuters to get from the Poolesville area to Washington D.C. or Rockville. MARC’s Brunswick Line serves the Poolesville area. The Dickerson, Barnesville, and Boyds MARC train stops are an easy drive from Poolesville and offer commuter parking.

Amtrack train service
 is available from Washington’s Union Station and BWI Airport.


Airports

Our are is served by several major airports:

 

 

 

  

Bike

Poolesville is a bike-friendly town. Our Master Plan strives for a walkable and bikeable business district. We encourage local businesses to provide bike racks.

 

 

Walk

Our Master Plan strives for a walkable and bikeable business district. Sidewalks connect virtually all of town. In addition there are numerous walking trails in and around town.

 

Electric Vehicles

 

In a short period of time, electric vehicles have become mainstream. The typical electric vehicle has 1/3 the carbon footprint of an equivalent gasoline car, and uses no petrochemical fuel or lubricants, which have significant impacts on local salmon and wildlife.

To find the nearest public charging stations, check out this Department of Energy interactive tool.