January 23, 2014, Testimony to County Council on Urban Road Code.
November 21, 2013, Testimony to Planning Board against Mid-County Highway Extended.
November 20, Testimony to Montgomery legislative delegation on transportation priorities.
November 7, Testimony to Planning Board in favor of minor master plan amendment on Bethesda Purple Line station.
September 13, Testimony to Planning Board opposing development of Ten Mile Creek until Clarksburg becomes the transit-oriented community its residents were promised.
August 7, Testimony to Army Corps of Engineers urging rejection of M83 highway.
July 17, Testimony to MWCOG TPB that traffic trends do not show benefit from ICC
July 11, Testimony asking Planning Board to require less parking at the Woodmont View apartments in Bethesda
June 11, Testimony to County Council calling for abolition of minimum parking requirements
May 23, Testimony to Planning Board in favor of White Oak Science Gateway master plan
May 16, Testimony to Planning Board in favor of BRT and MARC expansion
April 23, Testimony to Planning Board calling for elimination of minimum parking requirements
April 11, Testimony to County Council on FY2014 budget
March 15, Testimony to House of Delegates on Transportation Funding
March 5, Testimony to County Council on Chevy Chase Lake Master Plan
February 24, 2013, Testimony to Hearing Examiner on 4831 West Lane
November 14, 2012, Testimony to Legislative Delegation on Transportation Priorities
October 18, Testimony to Planning Board on Chevy Chase Lake Master Plan
September 11, Testimony to County Council on legalizing two-family houses
June 6, Statement at press conference opposing M83 highway
April 19, Testimony to Planning Board on new transportation test for APFO
Feb 7, Testimony to County Council urging that the Bethesda south Metro entrance stay in the CIP
Jan 12, 2012, Testimony to Planning Board on Master Plans and Transportation Planning
Archive of earlier testimonies
Letters to Officials
Feb. 4, Letter to Chevy Chase Town Council requesting lobbying documents.
Jan. 28, Letter to Maryland Open Meetings Compliance Board asking whether Chevy Chase Town Council violated Open Meetings Law over lobbying.
Jan. 27, 2014, Letter to County Executive Leggett in support of on-street parking on Wisconsin Ave. in Friendship Heights.
Oct. 6, 2013, Letter to County Council T&E Committee listing changes needed in BRT plan.
Sept. 20, Letter asking State Highway Administration to correct misstatements about crosswalk markings in Olney.
July 22, Letter to County Council asking it to order trial run of BRT and send proposed master plan back to Planning Board for needed fixes.
July 8, Letter to Planning Board opposing watering down of BRT plan.
May 7, Letter to MCDOT Director Arthur Holmes, asking for roads where it is safe to walk to school.
March 23, Letter to Safe Routes to School Coordinator correcting misstatement about legality of crossing streets mid-block.
Mar 21, Letter to Planning Board chair Francoise Carrier in support of converting general traffic lanes to bus-only
Mar 12, Letter to County Council opposing delay in building Bethesda south Metro entrance
Feb 20, Letter to county Transportation Director Arthur Holmes and Planning Board chair Francoise Carrier asking whether the county will no longer include pedestrian facilities when it builds new roads.
Feb 4, 2013, Letter to county Transportation Director Arthur Holmes on pedestrian issues in the upcounty
Dec 4, 2012, Letter to County Council urging implementation of bus priority corridors rather than a third parallel bus rapid transit study
Oct 21, Letter to County Council opposing proposed changes in subdivision staging policy
Oct 6, Letter to County Council PHED Committee opposing proposed Transportation Policy Area Review
Oct 3, Letter to Maryland Transit Administration on a MARC World Series
July 14, Letter to Transportation Planning Board on I-270 Widening and MARC Expansion in the Constrained Long-Range Plan
July 13, ACT calls for public meeting on Silver Spring Transit Center
June 12, Five groups call for action on transportation funding in legislative special session
May 1, 2012, ACT calls for postponement of single-tracking on a busy weekend
Archive of earlier letters