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Posted on November 21, 2022 at 9:21 AM by Nancy McCormick
Now that Metro’s Silver Line extension is open, commuters planning to park near the Ashburn South parking garage must pay on-street parking fees beginning Monday, November 21, 2022. As part of the initial kickoff of the Silver Line in Loudoun, the Board of Supervisors waived parking fees through the first weekend of Metrorail service.
Beginning November 21, parking rates are $1.25 per hour (off-peak hours) and must be paid via the Flowbird parking App as shown on the signage. The pay-to-park area is confined to the undeveloped area around the Ashburn South parking garage where signage has been installed. At this time, commuter parking should not have an immediate impact on the residential on-street parking areas. However, the county will continue to monitor public streets in the Moorefield residential area and take appropriate action if needed. It is anticipated that the Moorefield residential area on-street parking restrictions will begin in 2023 after coordination with the area homeowners associations.
The county-operated parking garages at the Ashburn and Loudoun Gateway Metro Stations are also now open. Parking fees in the garages also begin November 21. The daily weekday rate for the county’s Metro station garages is $4.95 per day.
Additional information about the county’s On-street Parking Management Area at Moorefield Station can be found at loudoun.gov/moorefieldstationparking. More information about the Silver Line, including garage parking, is posted at loudoun.gov/silverline.
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