Tuesday Morning Notes

Metro’s Lost and Found Procedures to ChangeBeginning March 1, Metro’s lost and found department will work to reunite customers with lost wallets and electronics (such as phones, tablets, and laptops) only. All other items lost in the system will be disposed of, donated to charity, destroyed, or auctioned. [Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority]

Fairfax Connector Issues Travel WarningAs wintry weather continues into Tuesday, Feb. 2, Fairfax Connector officials would like to remind passengers that during inclement weather service may be reduced, modified or suspended due to poor travel conditions. If road conditions become unsafe, icy or snow packed, service may be suspended on a route-by-route basis, or system-wide. [Fairfax County Government]

South Lakes HS Students Learn About LiFi TechSouth Lakes High students in the Seahawk Cyber club met with the chief executive officer of Light Rider, Inc., the first U.S. company to provide Li-Fi networking technology communication in this area. Li-Fi is a wireless communication technology that uses light instead of radio waves to transmit data and position between devices. [Fairfax County Public Schools]

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