Monday Morning Rundown

Wiehle-Reston East Open House

No Parking — As the Silver Line prepares to open, many private property owners, such as office buildings in Tysons Corner and Reston, are warning drivers not to park there. [Fairfax Times]

More Tolls, Less Tolerance? — Virginia Department of Transportation officials last week proposed widening I-66 and adding toll lanes outside the Beltway. This story takes a look at how that project would fit in to national transportation strategy and whether drivers would have tolerance for any more tolls. [WAMU]

Birds’ Eye View — Check out this video that takes a look at the Silver Line from way up high. [Washington Post]

Keep Training Centers Open — Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va 11) joined other House members from Virginia in appealing to Gov. Terry McAuliffe to keep the Commonwealth’s residential training center’s for disabled adults open. All but one of centers are slated to be closed over the next several years. [Lynchburg News Advance]

Photo: Check out some ice cream and the facilities at Wiehle-Reston East Open House on July 19.

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