Last week, Metro revealed several preliminary concepts that would change the Silver, Orange and Blue lines.
The concepts are a part of a two-year study to address both short- and long-term needs.
For people in Tysons, one option would let trains turn back at different areas along the Orange, Blue or Silver Lines, like the West Falls Church or East Falls Church Metro stations, while another option would create new Silver Line connections north or south of I-66.
Now, Metro wants to hear from community members that would be affected by any changes.
People can provide feedback about the ideas at several meetings this month, including a Tysons-area meeting next week.
The meeting is set to take place on Tuesday (Dec. 17) at the Courtyard by Marriott Tysons-McLean (1960A Chain Bridge Road) from 4:30-7:30 p.m.
People can also provide feedback via an online survey that will be open until Jan. 6.
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