WTOP’s Top 5 morning stories

Washington Nationals manager Davey Johnson congratulates catcher Wilson Ramos after the Nationals\' 6-2 victory over the New York Mets Tuesday. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Good morning, Washington area — Five stories to keep you informed and get you going:

Quicker commutes will take a literal toll: More transportation leaders are putting stock in tolls as the way to keep traffic-choked areas like the Capital region moving. “Basically, tolls are the future,” Virginia Transportation Secretary Sean Connaughton says. http://bit.ly/HAchVK

Maryland to bar employers from social media passwords: Employers in Maryland won’t be able to ask for employees’ passwords to Facebook, Twitter or any other social media account. http://bit.ly/HAcqIP

Names proposed for 8 new Silver Line stations: After gathering 16,000 responses in an online survey and through a series of public hearings, Fairfax County now has a list of recommendations. http://bit.ly/HAcHeP

Trayvon Martin case raises issue of racial profiling: The death of black teenager Trayvon Martin inspired a community meeting in D.C. Tuesday night. http://bit.ly/HAda0s

Vintage Md. car is fit for Hollywood greats (VIDEO): WTOP’s David Burd finds amazing things while he waits for his work assignments. This is one of them. http://bit.ly/HAcS9V

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