Transportation News

Bike to Work Day…Reston Pit Stop

On the Plaza at the Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station
Friday, May 20th

Comstock Partners and Reston Association invite you to join more than 500 local commuters for a celebration of bicycling as a clean, fun, and healthy way to get to work. Register and meet on the Plaza at the Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station from 6:30–9 a.m. to receive a free T-shirt, enjoy light refreshments, and be entered into a raffle for a free bicycle! This great location is above Fairfax County's first secure bike parking facility, just blocks from the W&OD Trail.

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Mt. Vernon Metrorail Station Closing for Two Days

March 30 - April 1, 2016.  Mt Vernon Square Metrorail Station will be temporarily closed for two days during the 2016 Nuclear Summit, beginning Wednesday evening, March 30, and continuing through Friday evening, April 1.

Green and Yellow line trains will continue to operate through Mt Vernon Square without stopping, and all other Metrorail stations are expected to be open during the event.

Customers should take note of the following service information:

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Metro Emergency Update for March 16, 2016

Metro General Manager/CEO Paul J. Wiedefeld, with support from the Authority's Board of Directors, today announced the full closure of the Metrorail system on Wednesday, March 16, for emergency inspections of the system's third-rail power cables following an early morning tunnel fire yesterday.

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Capital Bikeshare Coming to Reston

Getting around Reston and Tysons will be a little easier later this year.

The Board of Supervisors approved a $1.7 million plan today to bring the Capital Bikeshare system to Reston and Tysons this fall. This investment will help get cars off the road, boost local economy and contribute to a healthier community.

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Legislative Series: The Changing Future of Reston

Changes are coming to Reston - New Roads, New Bridges and New Development!

Would you like to learn how your business, commute and life will be affected by the Toll Road Corridor transformation?

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95 Express Lanes Mark First Anniversary

by Robert thompson, December 29, 2015 The Washington Post

Tolling began one year ago Tuesday on 95 Express Lanes, yet their full impact on the D.C. region’s transportation system isn’t apparent yet.

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