McLean is a Washington Metro station in Fairfax County, Virginia, on the Silver Line. The station is located in Tysons Corner, with a McLean postal address. It began operation on July 26, 2014.Station layoutAccess to McLean station is provided by two entrances, one on each side of SR 123. The southern entrance connects to the northern entrance and mezzanine with a pedestrian bridge about 50ft above SR 123, with the mezzanine containing ticket machines and faregates.McLean has a simple island platform setup with two tracks. While there has been some controversy about whether to build the rail through Tysons Corner below ground or on elevated tracks, McLean is also elevated. No permanent car parking is planned at the station. A temporary parking lot with 711 spaces is currently available. A bus station and kiss-and-ride lot are to be built. Bike parking is also available.The main platform has a height of 55.5ft at its east end and 49ft at its west end.LocationMcLean station is located in the northeast section of Tysons Corner, at the northwest corner of the intersection of SR 123/Dolley Madison Boulevard and Scotts Crossing Road. This area is bordered on the south by SR 123, on the west by Exit 46A-B of the I-495/Capital Beltway, and by Exit 19A-B of SR 267. Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) traffic counts show heavy usage of all three roads in the area, with around 122,000 cars per day using SR 267 north of Exit 18; of these, about one-third continue on the Dulles Toll Road with the other two-thirds (67,000) using the Beltway. In addition, 44,000 cars use Dolley Madison Boulevard each day.