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Old 02-01-2010, 03:25 PM
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355 is a nightmare for its entire length during the commuting hours. South end moves faster, but there are a LOT of cars. Since you're in Rockville, you lucked out. It takes longer at the north end because it's only one lane.
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Old 02-01-2010, 04:55 PM
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Originally Posted by michloveslos View Post
Hi Montgomery County Maryland folks. I have been living in MoGo 3 years, and I love it. Currently the husband and I reside in Rockville. I may have a job opportunity coming up that will require me to commute from Rockville to Chevy Chase. I currently have employment right down the street in Rockville, and it pays a decent wage, but this is a good opportunity. How bad would the commute be if I arrive at 8 AM and leave at 5 PM. What if I avoid 495, by going on 270 and then hopping on 355. Will that make it better? What about staying on 355 altogther? Any information and help that could be provided in this regard would be greatly appreciated.
Best route is right down 355. 270 is very bad southbound after 7:30 AM. or if from east side of Rockville, go Veirs Mill to Connecticut ave to Chevy Chase MD.... It's not more than 5-6 miles, so just pick the back roads of your choice. Good Luck
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