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This video produced by Citizens for Transit gives you an idea of the value the planned Bus Rapid Transit System will provide to the community and how it will function.  The value the BRT provides the college is enhanced by the one-college restructuring of  athletic and academic programs and the shared governance system the college is in the process of implementing.  These initiatives multiply the number of meetings college employees must attend at different campuses.

The rough draft of the proposed BRT system right now has a stop for all campuses of Montgomery College. However, the Rockville campus does not have a stop on the Rockville Pike according to the most recent rough draft of the BRT proposal. This could add a number of minutes to the time it takes to get to the Germantown Campus from the Rockville Campus. The BRT will go right down the Pike and not stop at the college.

Rough Draft of Proposed BRT Proposal

The Rockefeller Foundation is recommending that New York City implement a BRT system.  The president of the foundation, Dr. Judith Rodin, explains why in the video below.


The Office of Student Life organized a festival for Earth Day.  The event was well attended and a lot of fun.  The activities were held inside because of rain.  In the last picture below, students wrote ideas on a poster for how to make Montgomery College more green.  Click on the picture and you can see some of their ideas.

RSS Sustainability News

  • The 6 Ways Business Leaders Talk About Sustainability - Harvard Business Review October 17, 2017
    Harvard Business ReviewThe 6 Ways Business Leaders Talk About SustainabilityHarvard Business ReviewMy colleagues and I see at least six main frames at work in the sustainable business space. Each has its strengths and limitations. Having a clearer grasp of these mental models can help business leaders to work with others, both inside and outside ...
  • Fix It Friday sews up sustainability award - Bloomington Pantagraph October 20, 2017
    Bloomington PantagraphFix It Friday sews up sustainability awardBloomington PantagraphDAVID PROEBER, PANTAGRAPH FILE PHOTO. NORMAL — The year-old Fix It Friday program, in which Illinois State University students offer free basic mending and sewing repairs, is still going strong and recently received a national sustainability award.
  • How to add recyclability and sustainability into medtech plastics - Medical Design & Outsourcing October 20, 2017
    Medical Design & OutsourcingHow to add recyclability and sustainability into medtech plasticsMedical Design & OutsourcingSome implement sustainability to appeal to consumers. Others look to cut costs or align their business practices with their company mission. Whatever the motivation, 13% of company CEOs see sustainability as their top priority, whi […]
  • Cable-Tec Expo: Operators Seek Sustainability, Savings - Multichannel News October 20, 2017
    Cable-Tec Expo: Operators Seek Sustainability, SavingsMultichannel NewsDENVER — The pursuit of lower electric bills and systemic sustainability is again a solid undercurrent (pun intended) at this year's Cable-Tec Expo, in sessions, on the show floor, and within the Energy 2020 community, now in its fourth year. “We ...
  • UT hosts sustainability day, promotes environment-friendly organizations - UT Daily Beacon October 19, 2017
    UT Daily BeaconUT hosts sustainability day, promotes environment-friendly organizationsUT Daily BeaconOn Thursday, Oct. 17, UT students went green as the 2017 annual Campus Sustainability Day took place. Taking place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Humanities and Social Science (HSS) amphitheater, students were invited to join the community in ...