Morning Notes

Driver of Tractor-trailer Killed in Crash — The driver of a tractor-trailer that was traveling north on I-485 ran off the road and hit a pole near the Georgetown Pike exit. An investigation is currently underway.

Segment of New I-66 Express Lanes Open — The western section of the new I-66 Express Lanes open today. The nine-mile section runs between Route 28 in Centreville and Route 29 in Gainesville. [WTOP]

Tysons Corner Metro Station Changes Its Name — Corner is no longer a part of the Tysons Corner Metro Station’s name after four other station in the system changed names. Metro’s board approved the changes, which went into effect yesterday (Sunday), earlier this month. The changes come after requests from local jurisdictions to do so. [Washington Post]

Police Investigate Robbery at Reston Hotel — A man reportedly took merchandise without playing at the Westin on 11750 Sunrise Valley Drive. When the man was confronted, he allegedly assaulted a victim and ran away. [FCPD]

Prince Jewelers Robbed in McLean — Two men entered Prince Jewelers at 1961 Chain Bridge Road, destroyed cases and took merchandise. The case is under investigation. [FCPD]

It’s Monday — Rain starting in the afternoon. High of 82 and low of 72. Sunrise at 6:49 am and sunset at 7:23 pm. [Weather.gov]

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