Monday, January 30, 2017

Elm Street Pepco project update (Photos)

A section of Elm Street between Wisconsin Avenue and Woodmont Avenue has been closed for a week now in downtown Bethesda. Pepco is relocating utilities in preparation for construction of a south entrance to the Bethesda Metro station at Elm and Wisconsin. 
Wisconsin Avenue in front of
the vacant gas station that will be
redeveloped by Bainbridge

Lines designating Pepco
underground utilities along
Wisconsin Avenue sidewalk
Digging up the infrastructure extends beyond Elm, though. Part of it is along the sidewalk on Wisconsin Avenue north of Elm Street. The work is expected to take another seven months and three weeks to complete.

Downtown Bethesda's future
in the hands of pharmacists


Anonymous said...

7:15 AM is just learning about photo galleries on the Internet :)

Anonymous said...

@759 - Is that so? Go herd squirrelz