Wednesday Morning Rundown

Luxury cars at Reston Town Center

Parked On The Promenade — Check out the high, high, high-end cars (Aston Martin, McLaren, Bentley) now on display at Reston Town Center. The cars are parked in the promenade in front of Mon Ami Gabi as marketing for dealership Bentley Tysons. Representatives are also there at lunch time and late afternoon, for the serious shoppers.

Big Cost Of Silver Line Delay — There won’t be penalties if the Metro takes more than 90 days to conduct Silver Line testing and training, but there will be financial impact. [Washington Post]

Roadblock For Dulles Access Road — Loudoun County won’t give its input on a new traffic and cargo road project until 2015, stalling VDOT’s plans. [Washington Business Journal]

Teacher Time Crunch — Nearly half of Fairfax County Public Schools teachers say they do not have enough time in the classroom to meet the needs of the students, according to a new FCPS survey. [Fairfax Times]

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Morning Notes

Commercial Buildings Win Awards — Projects in Fairfax County received 10 honors at the NAIOP Northern Virginia awards earlier this month. College Board in Reston received the award of excellence…


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