Tuesday Morning Notes

Lake Anne Plaza

Get To Virginia Wine Month Safely — The Commonwealth of Virginia has partnered with Uber to provide safe rides for visitors to Virginia Wine Month festivities. During weekends in October, Uber passengers will receive discounts on wine tastings, merchandise and bottles of wine when they visit wineries near Charlottesville, Richmond and Leesburg. [Washington Post]

New Land Use Process for Reston —  Hunter Mill Supervisor Cathy Hudgins will be introducing a new Land Use Process, Reston Land Use Launch, at the Reston Planning and Zoning meeting on Monday, Oct. 17, at 7 p.m. at Reston Association’s Conference Center (12001 Sunrise Valley Drive). This new step in the local land use process is an attempt to share these proposals with the larger community earlier in the land use process and afford an earlier opportunity for community engagement. [Hunter Mill Land Use]

Lake Fairfax’s Pump Track Now Open — The pump track cycling feature at Lake Fairfax Park opened for business on Saturday. Pump tracks are small, looping bicycle trail systems that riders navigate by pumping with their arms and legs, rather than pedaling. The track at Lake Fairfax measures 50 x 100 feet and is suitable for bicyclists of all ages and abilities. The track is free to use and open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. [Fairfax County]

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