Welcome to CommuterPage.com

Easy commutes begin here.

Explore your options. There are lots of ways to get around the Washington, D.C. area other than driving alone: Metrobus and Metrorail, local bus systems, carpooling, bicycling, and walking, to name a few. Save money, help the environment, and live a healthier lifestyle by taking advantage of your transportation options. CommuterPage.com links you to tools, resources, and information to make it easy. Read more.


Visit The Commuter Store for all your travel needs

The Commuter Store with locations in Ballston, Crystal City, Rosslyn and Shirlington is your one-stop shop for Metro, VRE, MARC, The Circulator, ART and DASH fares. Buy or reload your SmarTrip card, use your SmartBenefits, pick up schedules, or get information on the best way to travel, whether by bus, rail, carpool, vanpool, bike or walk. The Mobile Commuter Store offers these same great services with regularly scheduled stops in Arlington and DC.

How to go Car Free to Columbia Pike

There’s always something happening along Columbia Pike. Arlington’s “Main Street” is a vibrant, bustling, diverse community with a lot to offer. Restaurants, nightlife, community centers and neighborhood events dot the landscape of this three-mile stretch that’s home to over a quarter of Arlington’s residents.


CommuterPage.com is presented by Arlington County Commuter Services (ACCS), a bureau of the Arlington, Virginia Department of Environmental Services.

Did You Know?

Each U.S. rush-hour auto commuter spends an average of 50 hours a year stuck in traffic.

League of American Cyclists

News Headlines
Federal report: Despite improvements, Metro's power system is 'deteriorated' and inadequate for 8-car fleet

Martine Powers, December 9, 2016, Washington Post

Va. readies new-style interchange on I-66

Robert Thomson, December 8, 2016, Washington Post

Contract workers at National, Dulles airports vote to strike

Lori Aratani, December 8, 2016, Washington Post

Metro tweaks new 7000-series cars

Faiz Siddiqui, December 8, 2016, Washington Post

Small fixes to keep Metro trains in service

Martine Powers, December 8, 2016, Washington Post

Vision Zero has not reduced traffic fatalities

Martin Di Caro, December 7, 2016, WAMU

Metro holiday service, extended hours New Year's Eve

December 8, 2016, WMATA

Reston Town Center to implement paid parking Jan. 3

Gregg MacDonald, Angela Woolsey, December 7, 2016, Fairfax County Times

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Upcoming Events
Rosslyn Holiday Market Festival + Bonfire

Friday, December 9, 2016

Penrose Square Winter Wonderland

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Rosslyn Holiday Market Festival + Bonfire

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Last day of SafeTrack Surge 11

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Events Calendar