From a recent announcement:
Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) is holding two, identical open houses for those who would like to learn more and provide input about transportation projects planned for the Clarksburg area. Attend either Tuesday, March 28 or Wednesday, April 19. Both workshops will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Clarksburg High School Cafeteria, 22500 Wims Road, Clarksburg.
MCDOT project managers and staff from the Maryland State Highway Administration and Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission will be available to discuss:
1. Stringtown Road (from Overlook Park Drive to Snowden Farm Parkway)
2. Clarksburg Square Connector (from Frederick Road to Clarksburg Square Road)
3. Frederick Road Bikepath (from Milestone Manor Lane to Stringtown Road))
4. Snowden Farm Parkway at Clarksburg Rd (Intersection improvement)
5. MD 355 and Clarksburg Rd (Intersection improvement)
6. MD 355 - Clarksburg Shared Use Path (from Stringtown Road to Snowden Farm Parkway)
7. Observation Drive (from Waters Discovery Lane to Stringtown Road)
8. MD 355 at West Old Baltimore Road (Intersection improvement)
9. Piedmont Road Shared Use Path (from Stringtown Road to Skylark Road)
The Frederick Road Bike path and Clarksburg Shared Use Path projects will build a continuous path along Frederick Road/MD 355 from the North Germantown Trail Connector to Little Bennett Regional Park. Work on the former should start this spring, and on the latter at the end of 2018.
The Piedmont Road Shared Use Path, meanwhile, will connect bike facilities on Snowden Farm Parkway to others on Skylark Road.
In addition, the Snowden Farm Parkway at Clarksburg Rd Intersection improvement will include new bike lanes and a 10 foot wide shared-use path Clarksburg Road. That will combine with the Clarksburg Road and MD 355 intersection improvement to extend the same path all the way to Redgrave Place. Construction on those will start in April 2018 and late 2018.
Other projects on this list might have bike facilities that are not mentioned on MCDOT's website.
Exciting stuff for Clarksburg cyclists.