Reston Station Bike, Car Parking Ready for Reservations

Wiehle-Reston East/Credit: Fairfax CountyWant to reserve your place at Reston Station? You can now make reservations for dedicated parking spots.

As reported earlier on Reston Now, the seven-story garage adjacent to the Wiehle-Reston East Metro station will have reserved parking for both bicycles and cars.

Wiehle-Reston East will be the end of the Silver Line Phase I when it opens in 2014.  The parking garage, a public-private partnership between Comstock and Fairfax County, will have space for about 3,000 cars.

The garage will also feature Fairfax County’s first enclosed, secure bicycle parking facility with a capacity for over 200 bicycles. There will also be  unsecured (free) parking as well as a space reserved for a future bikesharing station.

In July, the Board of Supervisors approved various rates for garage, inclduing a $75 annual bike room membership. This includes a one-time fee of $15.00 (non-refundable) for the access key fob. But the early bird rate of $45 (or $75 for two years) is now available if you sign up by March 1.

Get more details and follow the registration link on the Fairfax County website.

The county, in partnership with LAZ Parking, is also now taking reservations for reserved auto parking for $65 a month. Visit this LAZ form to register.

Find out about additional premium parking options in this Reston Now article.

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