Friday Morning Rundown

Pretty colors at Reston Town Center/Credit: Reston Town Center

Now THAT’s A Toll — A Fairfax County woman who was charged more than $10,000 for 11 unpaid trips on the 495 Express Lanes went to court on Wednesday and won a partial victory over the company that operates the toll lanes. The problem stemmed from the woman’s faulty E-ZPass and administrative fees, but she still owes a lot of money. [WTOP]

Reston’s A Hot Address — The built-in higher density and walkability of Reston Town Center makes Reston an in-demand place for offices while it may take Tysons Corner a while. [Washington Post]

Clarabridge Has Big Plans — Reston’s Clarabridge, a firm that uses social media data to advise big business clients — recently doubled its Reston office force and has plans to expand more in the next year. [Bisnow]

Photo: Fall leaves at Reston Town Center/Credit: Reston Town Center

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