John Lynch from VDOT welcomed attendees to the 4th annual Keep Tysons Moving.
The 4th annual Keep Tysons Moving took place on September 21st in McLean.
Attendees learn about transportation options at the Dulles Metrorail information booth.
Many local transportation agencies attended the event.
The 495 Express Lanes open later this year. At Keep Tysons Moving, Tim Steinhelber gave a presentation about how to get ready to use the lanes when they open.
Officials from the 495 Express Lanes, VDOT, Fairfax County Connector and Dulles Metroreail Project pose for a picture with WUSA9's Monika Samtani before the event.
We were lucky to have WUSA9's Monika Samtini at the event.
All travelers on the Express Lanes need an E-ZPass or E-ZPass Flex. The Virginia E-ZPass team was on site to help answer questions about E-ZPass and swap out E-ZPass for E-ZPass Flex for those who want to carpool on the Express Lanes.
Commuters came to Keep Tysons Moving to get information on all the commuting options in Tysons, including vanpooling.
VDOT was at Keep Tysons Moving to talk about all the improvements coming soon to Northern Virginia travelers.
Maps of the 495 Express Lanes were on displayto help people understand where they can get on and off the Express Lanes and make sure they’re prepared to use the Express Lanes when they open.