Special Reserved Parking For Wiehle-Reston East Metro

Reston Station ConstructionAre you pretty sure you will be parking daily at  the Wiehle-Reston East Metro stop when it opens in a few months?

Then get on board now with Comstock’s private spaces at Reston Station.

Comstock, which is constructing Reston Station and the seven-story parking garage (in partnership with Fairfax County)  has extra spots available at the garage, which will feature 2,300 public parking spots. The private spots will eventually become dedicated parking when future office buildings are constructed, Comstcok spokeswoman Maggie Parker said.

Here are your parking options:

Platinum Reserved: Reserved and numbered space available 24 hours a day, Monday-Fridaay for $195 per month.

Gold Reserved: Guaranteed reserved parking space between 6 a.m. to 10 a.m., Monday-Friday; Promotional offer, $95 per month.  The $65 per month Gold reserved fee is being waived for March and April 2014.

Prepaid Debit Card: Discounted daily parking with swipe in and out of garage — $4.50 per day.  A rechargeable debit card is purchased and preloaded with a minimum of $35.00 of value.  Debit cards are re-loadable at on-site kiosks or online.

Regular garage rates, as set by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, will be $4.75 a day  or $65 a month.

The Silver Line, which will run from Tysons Corner to Wiehle Avenue, is expected to open in early 2014. No official opening date has been set.

Interested in signing up? Call 703-230-1985.

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