On March 2nd the McLean Citizens Association(MCA) held their winter meeting. The primary agenda item was "a presentation and discussion about the final plan for Tysons Corner that is being considered by the Fairfax County Planning Commission for recommendation to the Board of Supervisors," according to a letter by MCA President Rob Jackson. The presentors at the meeting were Dranesville Planning Commissioner Jay Donahue and At-Large Planning Commissioner Walter Alcorn.
With its proximity to Tysons Corner, McLean will be impacted by expansion plans, and is already experiencing disruptions and traffic congestion due to the construction underway for the Silver Line. I can personally attest to this!
The McLean Connection covered the meeting and noted that traffic "and transportation infrastructure have been the concerns most often brought up by neighbors of Tysons Corner." Road expansion, Metro service, and additional bus lines were discussed as means to allievate the traffic concerns.