The High Road Foundation advocates for monorail within Montgomery County, Maryland and across the United States to support the goals of conservation, traffic congestion relief, economic development and to advance the emerging technology of Autonomous Vehicles.

42

Operational Projects

21

Development / Construction

Monorail:
A Proven Technology

100'

Column Spacing
Minimal
Utility
Disruption

Monorail:
Easy to Build

Lowest

Stormwater Footprint

Lowest

Carbon Footprint

Monorail:
Environmentally Friendly

Monorail Along Existing Right-of-Way

Along the I-270 artery in suburban Maryland, between Frederick and Bethesda, there are discussions underway to widen the highway that currently ranges from 4 to 12 lanes.
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Monorail Along Watersheds

Historically, the transportation corridors of our past were waterways and their corresponding valleys.
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For the past hundred years, automobiles have dominated transportation, so much so that countless new roads and road expansions are being considered. But today, environmental concerns have forced us to limit our emissions and reduce our footprint on the land.

Continuing to build roads, while creating more impervious surfaces is a mistake, and… “You can’t fix a mistake by following through with it.”