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Arlington Transit

Arlington Transit
Arlington Transit NABI 35 LFW CNG at Pentagon City Station
Founded November 1998 (1998-11)[1]
Headquarters 2100 Clarendon Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22201
Service area Arlington County, VA
Service type Bus service
Routes 15 [2]
Fleet 56 Buses [3]
Daily ridership 6,630 passengers per day (approx.)
Annual ridership 2,837,023 (2014)[4]
Fuel type CNG
Operator National Express Transit Corp.
Website .com.arlingtontransitwww

Arlington Transit (ART) is a Metrorail stations at the east and west ends of that City, until the city's suspension of the service due to budget constraints.[5]

Routes

Route Terminals Major streets History Notes
41
Dinwiddie & Columbia Pike Court House Station Greenbrier St., Columbia Pike, Dinwiddie St., Glebe Road, Clarendon Blvd, Wilson Blvd a Pike Ride route[6]
42
Ballston–MU station Pentagon station Wilson Blvd, Washington Blvd, South Courthouse Road, Columbia Pike Monday - Saturday only[7]
43
Crystal City station Court House Station Crystal City VRE Station, Crystal City station, Rosslyn station and Court House station limited stops, weekday only[8]
45
Dinwiddie & Columbia Pik Rosslyn station Columbia Pike, Clarendon Blvd, Wilson Blvd, Washington Blvd, South Courthouse Road limited stops, weekday only[9]
51
Ballston-MU Metro station N George Mason Dr & Lee Highway N George Mason Dr, Washington Blvd, N Fairfax Dr [10]
52
Ballston-MU Metro station East Falls Church Station N George Mason Dr, Washington Blvd, N Fairfax Dr [11]
53
Ballston-MU Metro station East Falls Church Station N Quincy Rd, Military Rd, Williamsburg Blvd weekday only[12]
61
Court House Station Rosslyn station N. Moore Street, N. Queen Street, Wilson Blvd., Veitch Street, 21st Street, Clarendon Blvd. weekday only[13]
62
Court House Station Ballston–MU station N Quincy Rd, N Utah St, Lorcom Ln, N Kirkwood Rd, Wilson Blvd., Clarendon Blvd. weekday only[14]
74
Pentagon City station Walter Reed Dr. & Columbia Pike Walter Reed Dr., Columbia Pike, South Barton St, 16th St, South 12th St, Quinn St a Pike Ride route, weekday only[15]
75
Virginia Square Metro station Shirlington Station Wilson Blvd, N Kensington St., Carlin Springs Rd., 7th Rd. S, S Dinwiddie St., Columbia Pike a Pike Ride route, weekday only[16]
77
Court House Station Shirlington Station Wilson Blvd., Clarendon Blvd., Washington Blvd., Walter Reed Dr., Arlington Mill Dr. Monday - Saturday only[17]
84
Pentagon City station Monroe St & 18th St S 19th St. S, S Nelson St., 24th St. S, S Glebe Rd. weekday only[18]
87
Pentagon station Shirlington Station Army-Navy Dr., S Glebe Rd. On Saturday and Sunday ART 87 goes to the Pentagon City station instead of the Pentagon station.[19]
92
Pentagon station Crystal City station S Eads St., 12 St., Crystal Dr., Long Bridge Dr. weekday only[20]

Fares

ART's fares are $1.75 for riders using cash or SmarTrip cards.[21] Students, senior citizens and disabled patrons only pay $0.85. As of January 4, 2009, ART no longer issues or accepts paper transfers. Riders must use a SmarTrip card to get the rail-to-bus discount or to transfer free from bus to bus. Starting September 3, 2013, students of Arlington Public Schools that attend a middle or high school may obtain an iRide Smartrip Card that gives a $0.75 discount for students of Arlington County. It is available at Ballston, Rosslyn Crystal City, Shirlington and all other commuter stores.[22] Students must present a student ID and a document with his or her name and address or just a DMV ID. The card expires on the student's 19th birthday and can be used on any regional bus such as MetroBus.

The discount is only for ART Buses.[23]

ART fleet of CNG-powered buses at Crystal City yard.

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External links

  • Washington Commuter Page information on ART
  • http://www.arlingtontransit.com/
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