Tuesday Morning Rundown

Spring in Reston

Cherry Blossoms = Metro Record —  Beautiful weather, peak bloom and the National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade all contributed to especially high ridership on Metrorail this past weekend. On Saturday, riders took 638,474 trips on the rail system, making it the highest Saturday ridership since the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear on October 30, 2010.  Saturday’s ridership was nearly double that of an average Saturday(93 percent higher). [Metro]

Ride to Provide Returns Saturday — The annual annual charity bike event hosted by NFL players Lorenzo Alexander and Kedric Golston returns to Reston Town Center this weekend.  Hundreds of participants will bike ride on the W&OD Railroad Regional Park Trail to aid wounded veterans and kids in need. [Ride to Provide]

Are You Committing E-Z Pass Errors? — Faulty installation could be messing up your E-Z Pass, costing you a bundle in fees. [WTOP]

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