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.


New ART & STAR Fares Effective June 25

ART adult fares will be $2.00; reduced fare for seniors, people with disabilities and students will be $1.00. STAR Zone fares will increase by $0.50. Other changes include extending the iRide half-fare program to elementary school students, and allowing personal care attendants to ride ART free when accompanying a MetroAccess rider. The changes will take effect on June 25, 2017. Learn more about the new fares.

Riding Metroway in South Arlington

The Metroway bus line makes connecting to the growing neighborhoods of South Arlington a breeze. The big blue Metroway buses roll from the Braddock Road Metro station in Alexandria to Pentagon City, with stops in Potomac Yard and Crystal City.


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

Did You Know?

Arlington County is one of only 15 Gold-level Walk Friendly Communities in the U.S.

More

CommuterPage.com News
Workers killed by Amtrak train were on tracks to check wheel problem

Melanie Zanona, June 28, 2017, The Hill

Pedestrian killed by VRE train near Manassas Park

June 28, 2017, Potomac Local

Group sues Uber over lack of wheelchair access

Martin Di Caro, June 28, 2017, WAMU

What 100 people riding dirt bikes through your neighborhood looks like

John Muller, June 28, 2017, GGW

Va. lags behind D.C., Md. on new safety report card

Jack Moore, June 27, 2017, WTOP

WRAP's 2017 Independence Day SoberRide Campaign

June 28, 2017, WRAP

Metro working on new plan to fix leaky Red Line tunnel

Andrew Metcalf, June 27, 2017, Bethesda Beat

More News & Events