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The CCT Project is currently moving forward as a 9 mile Bus Rapid Transit Project from the Shady Grove Metrorail Station to the Metropolitan Grove MARC station. Click here for a more detailed description of the CCT Project. When the Locally Preferred Alternative for the CCT was identified in May, 2012 by the State of Maryland, a Full Build Project was identified. This Full Build project was defined by the current 9 mile project and a 6 mile future extension. The six mile extension (which has been referred to as Phase II) is from Metropolitan Grove to the COMSAT facility near Clarksburg in Montgomery County, Maryland. This six mile extension is not currently funded for planning, design, or construction and would be designed and constructed in the future as land use matures and transportation funding becomes available. The extension would require environmental documentation under the National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) to be eligible for federal funds.
The Full Build project would add four stations. The alignment would be extended on dedicated transitway, generally following an alignment as described below:
- Parallel the west side of I-270 from Metropolitan Grove Station to Middlebrook Rd
- Aerial crossing of Middlebrook Rd and along the western edge of the Department of Energy (DOE)
- Tunnel under Germantown Rd
- Median of Century Blvd
- Median of Dorsey Mill Rd (future extension over I-270)
- Median of Observation Dr (future extension to Clarksburg, MD) to COMSAT Station.