September 20, Garth Burleyson Wins Prize, Guessed Opening Date of Transit Center
September 9, Transit advocates urge Hogan administration to invest transportation funds in MARC upgrades
June 25, ACT statement on Governor Hogan's Purple Line announcement
June 11, After Hogan Rides Maglev Train in Japan,
Purple Line Backers Invite Him to Maryland Transit Route
June 8, State & Feds Must Chip In for Hogan's Maglev, Say Japanese
June 4, If "Seeing is Believing" a Train in Japan,
Why Hasn't Gov Hogan Looked at Purple Line Route?
May 21, ACT statement on Purple Line meeting between governor and county executives
May 18, Purple Line Backers Protest: Hogan Puts Purple Line On Ice and Flies to Vegas
May 16, ACT Slams Hogan Purple Line Stall
May 11, Town of Chevy Chase Violated the Maryland Public Information Act, ACT Says
May 4, Jobs, Not Golf! Campaign Goes to Columbia Country Club
April 27, Hogan aides rebuff business, labor & enviros as they huddle with Columbia Country Club
April 21, ACT calls on county to halt Columbia Country Club's anti-Purple Line lobbying
March 10, Purple Line opponents veer into fantasy with proposal for toll truckway on Jones Bridge Road
March 2, Purple Line Supporters Protest Anti-Transit Fundraiser
Feb 21, ACT Statement on Purple Line Delay
Feb 18, Town of Chevy Chase Spending Tops Million Dollars to Fight Purple Line
Feb 2, 2015 Action Committee for Transit Files Suit Over Improper Secrecy in Campaign Against Purple Line
May 28, 2014, ACT releases its 2014 Primary Election scorecard
May 28, ACT's 2014 Primary Election scorecard (PDF)
April 30, Common Cause Maryland Calls On Town of Chevy Chase to Allow Public Access to Public Records
March 31, Town of Chevy Chase Broke the Law, Open Meetings Board Rules
March 24, New Documents on Shuster Brother Lobbying Show Town of Chevy Chase Misinformed Residents Before Public Hearing
February 10, New Public Hearing Needed on Chevy Chase Lobbyist
After the Facts Come Out
February 4, ACT Calls for End to Secrecy over Shuster Brother Lobbying
January 26, 2014, Lobbyist Filing Contradicts Chevy Chase Mayor — Shuster Brother Lobbies Congress Against Purple Line
October 8, 2013, National Walk to School Day: Bethesda Parents Demand a “Safe Walk to School”
September 25, Guess when the Silver Spring Transit Center opens — win free dinner
September 23, Town of Chevy Chase Aims To Keep Outsiders Away As It Fights On Against Purple Line
August 15, Montgomery Transportation Dept. Missing In Action On Safe Walks To School
July 22, ACT Urges Practical Way Forward for Bus Rapid Transit, Calls for Trial Run While Proposed Master Plan Is Reworked
July 8, Transit Backers Slam Move to Gut BRT Plan,
Call for “More Transit, Not More Asphalt”
May 14, ACT Hits Closing of College Park Metro During Maryland Commencement
May 8, ACT Launches "Safe Walk to School" Campaign; Parents Throughout Montgomery County Join In
April 23, Riders Demand Action As Silver Spring Transit Center Reaches Not-So “Sweet Sixteen”
March 13, What Will It Take for the Montgomery County Police To Tell Drivers To Obey the Law?
January 9, Transit Riders Demand Answers on Anniversary of Silver Spring Transit Center Debacle.
January 2, 2013, Upcounty Pedestrian Problems to be Tackled by ACT Forum.
November 12, 2012, ACT Slams Red Line Service on Veterans Day.
October 3, Get Ready for a MARC World Series.
September 11, Montgomery County Needs More Two-Family Houses.
July 25, Absence of the Purple Line brings crime to Chevy Chase.
April 23, ACT Reacts to Report of Bus Rapid Transport Task Force.
April 12, Transit First Says Improved Metro Budget Outlook Calls for Rolling Back Fare Increases by $16 Million, Holding Member Government Contributions Steady
March 28, Bethesda Farmers Market Falls Victim to County Transportation Department.
January 17, 2012, ACT Slams Proposal to Delete Bethesda Metro Entrance from County Budget.
November 10, 2011, Transit advocates and environmentalists call for new priorities in transportation funding.
November 7, Bethesda to Silver Spring in Eight and a Half Minutes on Purple Line
October 19, Red Line and Purple Line Backers Say Full Funding Needed
October 7, ACT Hails Purple Line Approval
September 13, Disaster Looms at Bethesda Metro Station -
Escalator Shutdown for Rebuilding Scheduled To Precede Opening of New Station Entrance
May 16, Transit First asks MD, VA & DC to Save Weekend Metro Service
February 28, Transit Backers Launch Campaign for All-Day Train Service to Frederick and Brunswick
January 24, 2011, Transit Backers: Raise Gas Tax to Pay for Better Transit
November 16, 2010, Transit Backers Hit Hidden Plan to Spend $3.4 Billion on I-270 Widening
October 26, Ehrlich campaign admits - Money is there to start Purple Line
April 28, Transit Advocates Slam New Ride-On Cutbacks
April 19, ACT Issues Questionnaire for Planning Board Candidates
April 4, Bombshell Post Poll Shows 2-1 Majority for Transit Over Roads
Feb 24, Transit First! Calls on Jurisdictions to Avoid Metro Cutbacks
Jan 28, Transit First! Hails Metro's Decision Not To Cut Service
Jan 14, 2010, ACT Finds Secret Plan to Widen Beltway
Dec 28, 2009, ACT Slams Montgomery County DOT's Anti-Transit Policies
Nov 30, Press Release on Bethesda $89 Million Garage Boondoggle
Oct 19, ACT and other groups embrace walkable vision for White Flint
Oct 6, Montgomery County Hides the Ball at Bethesda Naval Hospital
Aug 10, Press release by Action Committee for Transit on I-270 Poll
Aug 4, Area Groups Applaud Maryland Governor O'Malley for Purple Line Support
Jul 20, ACT, Audubon Naturalist Society, Coalition for Smarter Growth, 1000 Friends of Maryland on I-270 widening
Jun 13, ACT challenges Senator Madaleno to explain lobbying on Busway
Jun 5, Senator Madaleno stance threatens Corridor Cities Transitway
Apr 13, Transit First! on Metro hearings this week
Apr 2, Transit First! Coalition on Metro and RideOn cuts
Mar 16, Transit First! on available funding to prevent RideOn cuts
Mar 13, The public will be part of budget-making at Metro
Mar 11, Transit First Coalition on proposed Metro Service Cuts
Feb 11, A new coalition of transit riders, environmental and union groups, is organizing to oppose cuts in public transportation funding
Jan 19, Bus Backers can't dent Purple Line Numbers
Jan 7, Wealthy pay to fight Purple Line
Earlier press releases may be viewed in the archive.