Maryland Department of Transportation, Maryland Transit Administration
Corridor Cities Transitway
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Welcome to the CCT

We welcome you to the Corridor Cities Transitway (CCT) website and encourage you to browse through the website to stay connected to the project. We have provided maps, graphics, and text which is designed to inform you about the project and offer ways to contact us with any questions or comments you may have.

The CCT is a 15 mile project in Montgomery County, Maryland from the COMSAT facility near Clarksburg, Maryland to the Shady Grove Metro Station. The project has two phases. Phase I is 9 miles from Metropolitan Grove to Shady Grove. This Phase is actively underway and is currently proceeding with engineering and environmental analysis and is funded for formal environmental documentation, final design, and right-of-way acquisition. Phase II would be a future extension from Metropolitan Grove to the COMSAT facility near Clarksburg, and would be developed as land use matures and additional transportation funding becomes available. Click on About the Project/Description of Project link for a more detailed description of both Phase I and Phase II of the project.


Latest News:





Project Updates

June 29, 2015

The MTA has continued to refine the CCT Project based on input from the public, from federal, state, and local government agencies, and in a continuous effort to make the project more efficient and cost effective. Changes to the project definition include:

  • Width of Transitway
  • CCT Platform Sizing
  • New Bridge alignment over I-270
  • Grade Crossing at Key West Avenue and Diamondback Drive
  • New alignment along Darnestown Road and Muddy Branch Road
  • Alignment along Great Seneca Highway

Please click here to read detailed descriptions of the changes bulleted above.


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Request a CCT Presentation

We want to spread the word about the CCT!  If you’d like the team to meet with your community, neighborhood, business or special interest group to present the project, listen to ideas and seek feedback we’d be more than happy.  These types of exchanges will help us better understand local issues and help shape informed solutions along the CCT Corridor. To arrange for a team member to meet with your group, please contact:

Crystal Saunders Hancock

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