SafeTrack work on the Red Line to commence Oct. 29
SafeTrack is underway, and Surge #10 will take place Oct. 29 – Nov. 22. This program will impact commuters in Takoma Park. In addition to the resources offered by WMATA, the City is encouraging commuters to:
- Consider teleworking. The Takoma Park Library and Community Center, as well as many local businesses, offer Wi-Fi and provide comfortable places from which to work.
- Try biking. Keep an eye out for additional signs directing riders to recommended routes into D.C., to alternative metro stations, or all the way downtown.
- Consider carpooling. During the SafeTrack surges, the parking rates and times at the centrally located City parking lot at Takoma Junction will not be enforced to enable its use as a carpool lot.
- The City’s webpage on SafeTrack is a good place to keep up to date on impacts and resources of the work in October: takomaparkmd.gov/safetrack.
This article appeared in the October 2016 edition of the Takoma Park Newsletter. The Takoma Park Newsletter is available for download here.