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Local Bus Systems

Local bus systems, listed below, extend public transportation into more neighborhoods than are served by Metrorail, Metrobus, or long-haul services such as MARC, VRE, and commuter buses.

The bus systems listed below are operated by local jurisdictions. In the close-in suburbs of Washington, DC, these local bus systems supplement Metrobus, the area's regional bus system.

ART-Arlington Transit
ART operates within Arlington County, providing access to Metrorail and supplementing Metrobus with smaller, neighborhood-friendly vehicles. SmarTrip® accepted.

CUE-Fairfax City
The Cue Bus runs seven days a week within the City of Fairfax. It also services the Vienna/Fairfax-GMU Metrorail Station and George Mason University. SmarTrip® accepted.

DASH-Alexandria
The Alexandria Transit Company's DASH system operates within the City of Alexandria and connects with Metrobus, Metrorail, Virginia Railway Express, and the Fairfax Connector. DASH serves all Metrorail stations within the City of Alexandria and the Pentagon during morning and evening peak periods. SmarTrip® accepted.

DC Circulator
Designed to take you to Washington's cultural, shopping, dining, and business destinations. The Circulator provides frequent service on several routes, and only costs $1.00 or $.50 for senior/disabled. SmarTrip® accepted. One-day, three-day, and monthly passes are available at The Commuter Store and online from CommuterDirect.com

Fairfax Connector
The Fairfax Connector bus system runs seven days a week with service throughout Fairfax County and to Metrorail Stations on the Orange, Blue, Yellow and Silver lines, including the Pentagon. SmarTrip® accepted.

Fredericksburg Regional Transit (FRED)
FRED provides safe, dependable, efficient, and affordable public transportation to the citizens and visitors of the Fredericksburg Region.

King Street Trolley-Alexandria
Free service between the King Street Metro station in Alexandria and Alexandria's Potomac River waterfront.

Maryland Mass Transit Administration (MTA)
Bus, light rail, and subway services in Maryland. SmarTrip® accepted. MTA issues an electronic farecard called "CharmCard®" which also works on systems that accept SmarTrip®. MTA also operates commuter buses and MARC commuter rail; these systems do not accept SmarTrip or CharmCard.

OmniLink- PRTC Bus Service
Local bus service offered by the Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission (PRTC), serving Dale City, Dumfries, Manassas, Manassas Park, Quantico, and Woodbridge. PRTC also offers commuter bus services.

Ride On
Montgomery County, MD local bus service. SmarTrip® accepted.

RTA - Transit for Central Maryland
Fixed-route and paratransit service for Howard County, Anne Arundel County, City of Laurel, and northern Prince George's County.

TheBus
Weekday service between Upper Marlboro and Metrorail Stations in Prince Georges County, MD. SmarTrip® accepted.

Arlington’s Bicycle & Pedestrian Counters

Bikes counted

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110 Trail
673
14th Street Bridge
321
Arlington Mill Trail
99
Ballston Connector
0
Bluemont Connector
126
CC Connector
138
Clarendon EB bike lane
43
Custis Bon Air Park
231
Custis Rosslyn
0
Fairfax EB bike lane
185
Joyce St NB
10
Joyce St SB
2
Key Bridge East
243
Key Bridge West
152
Military NB bike lane
18
Military SB bike lane
0
MVT Airport South
496
Quincy NB bike lane
15
Quincy SB bike lane
18
Roosevelt Bridge
0
Rosslyn Bikeometer
264
TR Island Bridge
300
WOD Bon Air Park
0
WOD Bon Air West
373
WOD Columbia Pike
0
WOD East Falls Church
312
Wilson WB bike lane
52

Peds counted

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110 Trail
678
14th Street Bridge
263
Arlington Mill Trail
642
Ballston Connector
0
Bluemont Connector
259
CC Connector
578
Custis Bon Air Park
494
Custis Rosslyn
1078
Joyce St NB
0
Joyce St SB
2758
Key Bridge East
3059
Key Bridge West
1308
MVT Airport South
170
Roosevelt Bridge
255
TR Island Bridge
2
WOD Bon Air Park
56
WOD Bon Air West
629
WOD Columbia Pike
0
WOD East Falls Church
583

All counters, YTD

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Year to Date
4812905