What's in a Name? Silver Line Edition

Metro to seek public input in naming stations

The Metro to Dulles project, better known as the silver line is ahead of schedule. As more concrete is poured, naming the stations becomes more important.

The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has given its suggested names for all eight stations leading up to the airport, but Metro wants to give the public some input.

In a survey, Metro will put forward the following possibilities:

Station One (located along Route 123, closest station to McLean, Va.):

  • Tysons-McLean*
  • McLean
  • Scotts Run
  • McLean-Scotts Run

Station Two (located closest to the Tysons Corner shopping center):

  • Tysons I & II*
  • Tysons
  • Tysons Corner

Station Three (located near the intersection of Route 7 & Route 123):

  • Tysons Central*
  • Greensboro Park
  • Westpark Drive

Station Four (located along Route 7 between Spring Hill Road and Tyco Road):

  • Tysons-Spring Hill Road*
  • Spring Hill
  • Spring Hill Road

Station Five (located along the Dulles Toll Road near Wiehle Avenue):

  • Reston-Wiehle Avenue*
  • Wiehle
  • Wiehle Avenue

Station Six (located located along the Dulles Toll Road near Reston Parkway):

  • Reston Town Center*
  • Reston
  • Reston Parkway

Station Seven (located along the Dulles Toll Road at the existing Herndon-Monroe Park & Ride):

  • Herndon-Reston West*
  • Herndon
  • Herndon-Monroe

Station Eight (located along the Dulles Toll Road near Rock Hill Road):

  • Herndon-Dulles East*
  • Innovation
  • Coppermine
  • Route 28
  • Floris

 *signifies suggestion from Fairfax County Board of Supervisors

You can take the survey online here.

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